Sustainable lifestyle and conscious consumption

In Biolife, the focus is on a sustainable lifestyle and conscious consumption. A unique opportunity to get to know, try and buy products that are difficult to find in stores: from certified quality food, to sustainable fashion and natural cosmetics. From 3 to 6 November at the Bolzano Fair together with the Autumn Fair – with free admission on Thursdays and Fridays.

Biolife comes of age

In the last 18 years Biolife has grown considerably, both in terms of size and especially in terms of autonomy. Today it not only offers space for around 3,000 certified organic quality foods, but also for sustainable fashion and cosmetics. Biolife wants to show that there are ecological alternatives to most conventional products that are equally attractive and practical.

To this end, the GREENSTYLE Munich pop-up store with its sustainable brands – and their producers – returns to the fair with the motto “less is more”. Today we present CASAGiN from Padua, an all-female (and self-financed) project founded by a former luxury fashion brand buyer who has experienced the negative sides of the sector firsthand and wanted to make a difference. You have created a brand characterized by craftsmanship, natural fabrics and a love of nature.

South Tyrolean Volunteer Fair

“Me you us. Doing well together!”: This is the motto with which 40 of the most important South Tyrolean associations and organizations in the social and health sector will present themselves and their volunteer work during the four days of the fair. The aim of the event is to raise awareness public opinion and at the same time strengthen the network Because doing good, taking care of others and helping each other is part of a sustainable and conscious lifestyle.

The 7th South Tyrolean Volunteer Fair is organized by the Provincial Department of Social Affairs together with Caritas of the Diocese of Bolzano, the Umbrella Organization for Social Affairs and Health, the Municipality of Bolzano and the Landesrettungsverein Wei├čes Kreuz.

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