Bamboo chopsticks feed 4.5 billion hungry people across Asia every day. But when George and Toby, the young business brains behind Britain’s biggest eco-friendly pet firm Beco Pets, launched their company 10 years ago, they spotted an even better use for one of the world's favourite eating utensils – they turned them into pet products!
What is the difference between farmed and wild fish? Is there a difference? With so many choices and so much information, it can be hard to know what option is the most sustainable and healthy, and why. Let us break it down into digestible chunks.
They say that size doesn’t matter, we disagree. We think that size does matter, and when it comes to our carbon footprint, the smaller the better. We have developed our recipes with two things in mind.
It's amazing to see brands taking such a strong stance against waste plastic in our ocean. Let's work together to solve this problem.
What is a carbon footprint? A carbon footprint is the number of kgs of carbon dioxide that are produced in the production of every kg of meat. Beef has a footprint print (or hoofprint, if you will) of 27. This is down to the machinery involved.
How can we help? We use less plastic and up-cycle where possible. This is where the Beco Family come in. They are made of 100% recycled plastic bottles that would otherwise be clogging up our oceans. They are double stitched and the cloth is soft yet tough.
Beco food has a lot of benefits, but we've narrowed down 3 simple reasons why you should switch.
Every day in the UK, a staggering 16 million plastic bottles are dumped in landfill, or strewn across the land and sea, littering our countryside. Here at Beco Pets, we like to do our bit to alleviate this crisis by recycling plastic bottles – and turning them into pet products!