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Now more than ever, Kiwis are becoming “greenies”

Now more than ever, Kiwis are becoming “greenies”

The 2016 Go Green Expo will be bigger than ever this year with the number of eco-conscious Kiwi shoppers increasing to over 160.

A recent study showed that 76%* of New Zealanders feel personally tasked with creating a more sustainable environment. With this rapid change in attitude, everyday Kiwis are now more aware of their lifestyle choices and the impacts it has on their health, says Go Green Expo CEO, Damien Hochberg.

“Over the years sustainability has become more and more mainstream. Three quarters of New Zealanders are more conscious of the impact their environment has on their health, the dangers of certain modern pharmaceuticals and processed foods.” says Damien.

New Zealand’s largest organic, natural, sustainable, green living show will be held at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds on the 16th & 17th of April.

The 2016 Go Green Expo provides a blockbuster lineup of speakers, workshops and exhibitors, who are leading the way with products and services for a more sustainable, healthier lifestyle.

Among the plethora of speakers and exhibitors are three standout clean, green living experts: well-known nutritionist, Claire Turnbull; Sunniva Holt from the Daily Raw and Buffy Gill from Be Good Organics.

Go Green Expo’s Damien Hochberg says Claire, Sunniva and Buffy are huge draw cards for Kiwis who are passionate about sustainable living.

“Nutritionist, Claire Turnbull, will be sharing tips on “Making Healthy Happen, even when life is Super Busy” with ideas and inspiration to help you look and feel good, eat well and keep active, even when you life is full on!”

“Locally sourced ingredients, ancient practices, certified organics and allergy and cruelty free products will be on display from consumer goods, food & beverage products and health & beauty to eco building products and services,” Damien says.

When: Saturday, 16th April and Sunday the 17th of April, 10am-5pm
Where: ASB Showgrounds, 217 Greenlane West, Greenlane, Auckland
Tickets: http://tickets.gogreenexpo.co.nz/

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