Expanding Healthier Options with D-drinks
Natural products pioneer D-drinks is leading the way for the healthy beverage and snack industry in the Benelux countries.
Now, they’re taking innovation and mindful consumption to the next level by pledging 1% of sales from their next generation of branded offerings to build biodiversity with SUGi Pocket Forests around the world. We love that their disruptive approach not only creates better alternatives for what fuels our bodies, but now they’re enabling their community to participate in authentic rewilding of the places where we live and work.
Don Bosco College Forest
Don Bosco College in Zwijnaarde (Ghent) is a large and impressive school that stands tall above the city. Strongly committed to sustainability and environmentalism, their expansive campus is an ideal location for a pocket forest project.
The school community, which includes students, teachers, and parents, collaborates through questionnaires where everyone can submit proposals and vote on them. This inclusive approach ensures that everyone has a voice and plays an active role in shaping the future of the school.
This project provides an opportunity for students to learn about sustainable forestry practices and the importance of preserving natural resources.
Make every purchase count towards restoring ecosystems.
Build biodiversity with every transaction through committing to a contribution representing 1 percent of gross annual product sales or services.