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To coincide with Lent, Feelgood Organic Hampers are using this season of self-denial to help the environment. For the second year in a row, the company is giving up paper for Lent - it is avoiding printing documents and continuing to implement paperl

7th March, 2009

Feelgood aids the environment

To coincide with Lent, Feelgood Organic Hampers are using this season of self-denial to help the environment. For the second year in a row, the company is giving up paper for Lent - it is avoiding printing documents and continuing to implement paperless processes for accounting, diary management and paying suppliers.

To keep up with its progress, visit its blog at www.organicyum-yum. blogspot.com.To send someone a foodie hamper, visit www.feelgoodhampers.com....

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