Nonlocal fresh produce, which consume fossil fuels as they are trucked down from Malaysia
Frozen vegetables, which use fossil fuels for freezing, packaging, transportation and storage
Canned vegetables which use fossil fuels for cooking, canning and transportation
10% organic ingredients
50% organic ingredients
70% organic ingredients
100% organic ingredients
Plastic bags. They can be reused at home as garbage liners.
Paper bags. They are biodegradable, unlike plastics.
Neither. Both pose their own set of environmental problems.
All of the above
(i), (ii) and (iii) only
(ii) and (iii) only
(i) and (iii) only
Order a used book online from Amazon.com
Walk, cycle or take the public transport to the bookstore to buy a new book
Drive to the bookstore to buy a used book
“Not tested on Animals” label
"Leaping Bunny” logo
Yes. Make Mum happy; after all it's a Mother's Day request.
No. We should tighten our belt given the economic recession.
Depends. Dad should do a cost-benefit analysis before making a decision.
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