Jo and I get to meet so many interesting people on market days. Markets provide us with a wonderful opportunity to tell our Happbee Wrap story and to share the different ways Happbee Wrap can help people live with less plastic in their lives. Whether it's in lunchboxes for children, in the fridge or in the pantry.

We get to have engaging conversations with people from all walks of life; parents who want to reduce waste, teachers who encourage litter-less lunch boxes,   people looking for something a little bit different as a gift or trampers who want to 'leave only footprints' as they explore our country, to highlight just a few. The customers who excite me most though are the children whose eyes light up when their parents say "yes" to their request for Happbee Wrap. These kids already know the importance of looking after the environment, they understand how reusable food wrap can help with that, they're attracted to the colourful fabric and delight in the aroma of the beeswax. It's so encouraging to see a new generation of young New Zealanders ready and willing to live sustainably, reduce waste and take care of the environment.

On Saturday 19th we'll be at the Nelson Saturday Market. The following week we'll be at Beacon Hill Estate. Then the first weekend in October will see us back at the Nelson Saturday Market. We'll be looking forward to meeting new people, sharing our story and