In his quest to make the royal household as environmentally sustainable as possible, Grand Duke Travis has issued Royal Warrants of Appointment to companies and products that have made global or regional ecology a priority in their business model.
These products are also used by the royal household and by the Grand Duke himself.
The Royal Warrants are intended to better publicize quality products enjoyed by the royal household while encouraging Westarctica's citizens to use environmentally sustainable products in their daily life.
Numi Tea wins on all fronts: it's delicious, sophisticated, and really nice to the environment. The company is rooted in the principle of creating a healthful product that nurtures people and honors the planet.
They release a years global impact report that tracks the effects the company's operations are having on the environment including sustainable agriculture practices, sourcing Fair Trade tea, and employing Fair Labor certified farms. Numi Tea has a wide variety of teas to choose from, but the Grand Duke is partial to Earl Grey. Hot.
If you're going to use a hot sauce, it would be challenging to find one more dedicated to fighting climate change than the McIlhenny Company's Tabasco Brand Pepper Sauce.
Their entire operation is located on a single island in southern Louisiana, and they've watched as the rising sea water has encroached upon the marshes where they grow the peppers used in their hot sauce and have taken drastic measures to make the harvesting, production, and distribution of Tabasco Sauce as sustainable as possible.