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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Brunch To Go!

The idea of Sunday brunch is always so glamorous and fulfilling during the week. By the time Sunday morning hits, and you are laying in your bed enjoying the birds chirping and the warm fuzzies of laying under your covers for as long as you want, you can’t quite always find the motivation to get out of bed and create the masterpiece you’d envisioned all week long that is “Sunday Brunch.” No worries! Get it to go.

Here in Charleston, we are so very lucky to have incredible culinary experiences for all types of budgets and occasions. Sunday brunch is one of ‘em! One of our favorite spots for the Grab-and-Go brunch is The Daily by Butcher & Bee. You can order ahead or order when you get there from an ala carte menu (including MIMOSAS!!!). They won’t judge you if you show up in less than your “Sunday best”.

Next time you’re faced with the internal struggle, just consider your options. Find a brunch grab-and-go near you, and don’t forget the Mimosas!

Cheers!

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Tuesday, December 01, 2015

SMART Composting at Rewined

Last month, we joined forces with SMART (Saving Money and Reducing Trash) Recycling to bring their Composting program to Rewined's facility.

We hope to save money on our trash pickup fees, get rid of those nasty dumpsters that are kept outside, and drastically reduce the volume of our landfill contribution. Saving money AND helping the environment - can't beat that!

SMART partners with the local municipal composting facility, takes our compostable material and turns it into STA certified compost soil. Every quarter SMART buys back some of that soil and donate it to a local farm, who will in turn grow fresh produce to nourish our communities. Composting is a simple choice you can make to help close the loop on farm to table – table to farm practices.

Rewined candle crew has already diverted over 1,200 lbs of organic waste from the landfill to the compost facility!

A special "Cheers!" to candle crew members Teresa & Frankie for keeping the Composting Cart Clean and Terrance for keeping up with the small buckets!

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