Even though the pumpkin patch isn’t open yet, Starbucks’ new
The plant-based milk movement is gaining considerable traction in Auckland
Here’s the good news: You don’t need the grocery store milks. I’ve been experimenting around the pantry during quarantine, and one happy discovery I’ve made is that plant-based milks like soy, almond or oat milk are easy to make. And, they can help you cut down your personal carbon footprint.
Starbucks said Tuesday it wants to slash the company’s carbon emissions, water use and waste sent to landfills by 50% by 2030, part of what CEO Kevin Johnson said is part of the coffee chain’s goal to become “resource positive.”