Australian vegetable airdrop, days off for nonsmokers, carbon footprint labelling

Wallaby-fruit-bushfire

In this issue of Squirrel News, vegetables are airdropped in New South Wales in a bid to feed the bushfire victims, a boss in England is giving his nonsmoking employees four extra days off per year, and carbon footprint labelling on food is being pioneered by Quorn so that consumers can be aware of their diet’s impact on the environment.

Further Articles