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The Hot List: Save the planet with these zero-waste must-haves

Spoon fed

Reduce plastic with this shatterproof bowl and spoon set handcrafted from sustainably sourced coconut with no artificial coatings or lacquers. £10.99,

Spell it out

Graphic and colourful, these decorative letters by Johny Todd Ltd are handmade from recycled metal drink cans, and can be hung on the wall, fixed to a door or displayed on a shelf. £22 each,

A glass act

This stylish glass water carafe and stopper, which doubles as a tumbler, is made from recycled bottles collected by the workers in this family-owned, glass-making factory in Bolivia. £14.95,

Light lunch

This lightweight reusable bamboo spork (read: two-in-one spoon and fork) in a sustainable cork case is a stylish way to reduce plastic cutlery on-the-go. £8.99,

A lot of bottle

Get rid of disposable coffee cups and plastic bottles forever, with Chilly’s stainless steel, insulated bottles in new Emma Bridgewater designs. £25,

Brew up

Enjoy a planet-friendly brew with Clipper’s plastic-free, unbleached compostable teabags in a range of organic blends including everyday teas, fruit infusions, herbal and decaf. From £1.45,

Reduced, reused, recycled

A recycling system that’s been recycled! Organise your paper, glass and plastic in sturdy, washable recycle bags, designed to last for years… and easy to carry out. £8.50,

Trolley dolly

Become the coolest, zero-waste shopper with this wicker big Luggy basket on wheels. In lots of colours. £99 and £45 for a smaller version,

It’s a wrap

Swap throwaway plastic food wraps for reusable beeswax ones made from 100% cotton, pine resin, jojoba oil and beeswax. Simply wash in cold water and soap and these funky, print wraps are ready to roll, again and again. From £10 for a small kitchen pack,