No Packet November® encourages families to reduce their consumption of packaged food for one month, and make a stand against the billion-dollar food manufacturers that are making us sick.
Let's eat real food during the month of November and reduce the amount of packaged food we buy to improve our health and the environment.
No Packet November®
No Packet November® aims to teach our children that real food is grown, not made in factories and covered with bright plastic packaging.
These foods are double rubbish; plastic on the outside and manufactured rubbish on the inside!
What it involves
We just want you to reduce the amount of packaged food you put into your kids and your own lunchboxes for the month of November, and replace with real food like fruits/vegetables and home-made snacks.
Start by making small changes.
HOW IT WORKS
Sign your school up for a No Packet November® School Pack and receive a special power-point presentation.
You can work through the slides each day to empower students about the benefits of eating real, non-packaged foods.
Lets encourage them to actually have fun with it!
It's interactive and educational (aimed at primary school aged children).
Back in 2016...
MEET OUR PARTNER
No Packet November® are donating 20% of funds to Take 3
We're stoked to be able to support their mission to reduce global plastic pollution and waste. Every $3 donated to Take 3 helps them educate one person through Take 3 Education Programs.
"Wherever we are, we are connected to the sea. The ocean provides us with the oxygen we breathe and the climate that sustains us. We need a healthy ocean for our own survival.
Our oceans are in danger – by 2050, there’ll be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s where Take 3 comes in: our simple message asks people to Take 3 pieces of rubbish with them when they leave the beach, waterway or… anywhere, and they have made a difference.
After 10 years of operation, our #Take3fortheSea movement is now truly global, removing over 10 million pieces of rubbish from the environment each year."