Chewpaste Giveaway!

Hey team,

You know the drill, just put your answers in the comments below for your chance to win a 'smile care' gift set.  It includes

  1. 1 month's supply of chewpaste
  2. 1 bamboo toothbrush (with removeable head)
  3. 1 glass jar and two spools of floss

Here's the question: 

What is your biggest challenge in staying plastic free during COVID?

We'll pick 3 answers and get in touch about the prize.

Have an awesome day!

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Comments


  • Biggest challenge I’ve had is that stores don’t let you bring in anything from home to prevent waste. This includes reusable cups at the local coffee houses, bags at stores, your own takeout containers from restaurants. I want to support local businesses during this pandemic but I find myself put off because it generates so much waste I’ve grown used to avoiding. It’s an ethical struggle.

    Misty Hailstone on
  • Definitely bags at the grocery store. At the self-checkout I can sneak my own in, but at the till it’s harder.

    Marcin Mirski on
  • During COVID the only challenge I have had is with having to use the plastic produce bags at the grocery store. I have my own mesh bags that I am not allowed to use. I just load my groceries back into my cart and load them into my reusable bags when I get to my car.

    Jane Fuller on
  • We generally buy fresh ingredients and make our own meals. But, we also want to occasionally support our favorite local restaurants. Unfortunately, most put takeout food in plastic containers, including some that are not recyclable or or reusable. Second issue – convincing people and supermarkets it is okay to use reusable bags and not require all purchases to be in plastic bags. It’s not necessary from a health-perspective.

    Heidi Lovett on
  • Staying plastic-free has been super difficult during the pandemic because so many people assume that plastic somehow protects just because it exists. From plastic gloves to plastic bags for fruits and vegetables, they are everywhere.

    Tracey Arial on


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