Wakefield, 22 April 2012 - Thank you Mother Earth for the beauty and peace you create. We salute you today, as we do every day.
|Read about our Airtight Sanctus Mundo Containers in the Toronto Star|
Barbara Turnbull, Living Reporter for the Toronto Star, gives her take on our Sanctus Mundo stainless steel airtight containers after receiving a set as a gift. She liked them so much she even ordered some more. You can read her article in the Living Section of the Toronto Star.
YES, ALTERNATIVES DO EXIST!
Here are some common alternatives we use in our product line, or that we have decided not to use for various reasons...
Aluminum (under construction)
Ceramic (under construction)
Enamel (under construction)
Glass (under construction)
Wood (under construction)
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