Little Green Choices
At FB Trading, we believe that incorporating sustainability into our business and our everyday lives is not only beneficial
for the environment but also crucial for long-term growth and success.
That's why we are excited to share some of our simple yet effective green choices that contribute to a healthier planet.
Using eco-friendly materials for packaging products reduces
waste and appeals to environmentally conscious consumers.
Read our more in-depth explanation on how we are embracing
greener choices regarding packaging here.
A little green step
With our two brands, FRIGG and Mushie, we wish to break
the disposable culture as much as we can one little green step at a time.
Mushie’s mealtime products in PP-plastic are worth highlighting in this context:
By choosing these reusable products you significantly reduce waste as
their durability makes them last for many years. Furthermore, PP-plastic
can easily be recycled into new products at the end of its life cycle.
Read much more about the benefits of choosing PP-plastic
mealtime products here.
Using lightning sensors in our company building reduces energy
consumption and costs in the long run.
Reuse Water From Pacifier Cleaning
After sterilizing FRIGG pacifiers with boiled water, use the same water
for your plants or use it to wash up the dishes instead of pouring it away.
Upcycling Of Products
Upcycling is an incredible way to give new life to products and materials that
would otherwise go to waste. By creatively transforming old and used items,
we can reduce our environmental impact and make unique creations.
E.g., FRIGG pacifier shields can be turned into magnets for the refrigerator
and Mushie swaddles can be sewed into pillowcases.
Wash Textiles At Low Temperatures
Washing at the lowest possible temperature helps to cut down on CO2
emissions, saves energy and thereby makes a positive impact on our planet.
Washing on a cold and quick cycle also extends the life of textiles.
That is why we recommend that you wash your Mushie textiles at a
maximum of 30 degrees.