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On a mission to climb Kilimanjaro for local charity ZSEA

Published: 28 Oct 2016

On a mission to climb Kilimanjaro for local charity ZSEA

Our Fresh Pod Director is on a mission. Our passion for supporting the environment extends to wildlife and during a recent conversation on worldwide animal conservation she agreed to attempt a climb of Kilimanjaro for the Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA). 
 
The attempt in January 2017 needs encouragement and support, so to help with the climb and during the month of November, anyone purchasing a consumer Fresh Pod 12 month kit will see 20% of their purchase donated to the ZSEA charity. 
 
Everyone is a winner, the buyer will enjoy less waste and more money in the pocket, the planet will benefit from reduced landfill, animal conservation will get a boost and our Director Valerie will push harder in training in view of the support coming in. 
 
With Christmas around the corner, shop early and treat family and friends to a 12 month Fresh Pod kit. Visit the website and quote ZSEA20 in the promotional code box when placing your order. Alternatively ring 01603 702374 and we can take your order over the phone.

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