5 on the fly: new innovative Australian products

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by Sarah Halfpenny

Crack out your shopping list as we uncover five new Australian products that embrace creativity and forward-thinking, set new standards in their respective industries, and inspire positive environmental change…

  1. July travel accessories

Carry On Light is an innovative Australian suitcase range that’s transforming the travel experience. These ultra-lightweight suitcases come with a built-in power bank, GPS tracking, and app-enabled smart features for convenience on the go. Expandable storage and eco-conscious materials ensure you can travel responsibly without compromising on space, and simply enjoy travel with quality suitcases that are designed to last a lifetime (just like in the good old days!)

  1. Great Wrap

Great Wrap is a game-changer in the fight against single-use plastic waste. This Australian-made and patented stretch wrap alternative was originally designed to securely bundle and protect pallet goods during transportation, all while being completely compostable. Made from 100% plant-based materials, Great Wrap significantly reduces plastic waste and its impact on the environment and is now available for home use too!

  1. Savic Motorcycles

Savic electric motorcycles are the embodiment of innovation in the industry. Proudly designed and manufactured in Australia, they offer a premium, high performance, emission-free and noiseless riding experience with a focus on sustainability, reducing carbon footprints, and contributing to the green transportation revolution. Combining cutting-edge technology with sleek design, they cater to a wide range of riders, from urban commuters to adventure seekers.

  1. Mars Wrigley’s recyclable paper packaging

In a world first for the company, Mars Wrigley is making a huge commitment to sustainability with the introduction of new recyclable paper packaging for its Australian-made chocolate bars. This initiative aims to significantly reduce plastic waste by replacing traditional plastic wrappers with environmentally friendly paper materials at no additional cost to the consumer.

  1. Peters Rescue Pops

Peters Rescue Pops are a range of frozen fruit sorbet treats crafted from repurposed imperfect Australian plums. These popsicles are not only delicious but also eco-friendly, as they help reduce food waste by giving a second life to plums that may have otherwise gone unused. Bursting with natural flavours and free from artificial additives, these sustainable sorbets are guilt-free in more ways than one!

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