While sipping some nice coffee in the morning chill, you might also throw on a couple of logs made from coffee grounds. Perfect. Reduced pollution and recycling rolled into logs. Java-Log has the answer with its Coffee Firelog.
November 27, 2007
The "Give One Get One" program we told you about in October has been extended until the end of the year. The promotion gives American consumers the opportunity to buy a great first computer for their kids, while donating one to a poor child in a developing nation. Meanwhile, the world's largest hardware company and the world's largest software company are teaming up to ensure that One Laptop Per Child doesn't interfere with their bottom line.
November 27, 2007
There is no question that dollar stores provide bargains and more consumers have started to look toward them for basic needs. Yet, dollar stores bargains are accompanied by products that may be health hazards. Consumer Reports tested some of the more popular products bought from dollar stores and found both bargains and dangers.
November 24, 2007
During past holiday seasons, parents were concerned about finding the most popular toy and would often battle other parents to get it . Remember Tickle Me Elmo?. This year, many parents are more concerned about toy safety. Consumer groups have issued a steady flow of information on recalled toys, safety hazards, and hints for parents as they head for the stores to find their children the perfect gift.
November 23, 2007
The potato chip and taco chip shelves of our conventional supermarkets are now awash with organic or more naturally whatever chips. The chip wars are as competitive as ever and the battles for our taste buds are getting greener. Now the chip mega-giant Frito Lay is recrafting its Casa Grande, Arizona, factory into a state of the art green chip facility...
November 21, 2007