Kitchen

Your guide to a greener kitchen. Our Kitchen research is designed to help eco-conscious consumers avoid greenwashing when selecting essential items like canned goods, coffee, dinnerware, lunch boxes, green tea, non-stick pans, refrigerators, and more. We are constantly re-evaluating our Leaf Ratings for all the products featured, and when necessary, we will remove an item from our list if our standards are no longer met.

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The alcohol industry uses huge amounts of resources and emits a lot of greenhouse gases. What about non-alcoholic beverages though?
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Electric ranges offer a safer alternative to their gas counterparts that can impact indoor air quality - here are our favorites.
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Induction stovetops are the most energy-efficient and, arguably, the safest type of cooktop around. Here are our favorite ones.
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The coconut oil industry often exploits workers, contributes to deforestation, and produces significant carbon emissions and waste
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Looking for an eco-friendly, independently owned olive oil brand? We did the research so you don't have to. Here are our top picks.
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Skip the gas-guzzling, Teflon-coated barbecues and choose an energy-efficient electric grill that's better for you, the air, and the planet.
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Gas stoves continue to be a favorite with chefs and keen amateur cooks, but cooking with gas isn’t all sunshine and roses.
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Dining tables are a big purchase with a big carbon footprint. Buying local, sustainably sourced, and low-VOC can help the planet.
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Greenwashing is rampant in the dinnerware industry; these companies provide alternatives you can feel good about buying.
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Information has come to our attention that has caused us to remove GreenPan from our list of non-toxic cookware.
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Many foods that are good for our bodies are produced or harvested in ways that put the planet in peril - here are 8 to avoid.
Avocado environment impact
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Avocados are delicious, but their environmental impact has us wondering whether it's time for a breakup with this water hungry fruit.
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It's in the best interests of us and the environment to avoid products that contain BPA; here are alternatives, and why it matters.
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The average household can generate about 44 kg of CO2 annually from plastic trash bags alone. Here are some better options.