Meet Holly, a valuable contributor at Little Bumble and someone who is dedicated to spreading the word about reducing food and plastic waste in the home.
How long have you been working at Little Bumble and what is your background?
I became a worker bee at Little Bumble in October 2020.
My background is in retail customer service and call centre work.
What do you love most about living and working in Gippsland, Victoria?
I love being close to family and a convenient and easy travelling distance to popular destinations.
Tell us something about you that your fellow worker-bees wouldn’t know?
I tell my fellow worker bees everything! I’m terrible as keeping secrets.
If you could change one thing in the world right now, what would it be?
The uncertainty that COVID has brought into everything in our day to day lives.
What inspires you to come to work every day?
The workplace culture at Little Bumble and flexibility it allows.
Do you believe, as a nation, we can win the war on food and plastic waste?
I hope so, I think it’s a long battle but I love seeing the innovative replacement products available, especially Little Bumble’s range!
Many Little Bumble products are handmade at Hive Quarters – what product do you love creating and why?
Wraps! I love playing with all the different colours and patterns. Custom orders are especially fun to create.
What is your favourite Little Bumble product you use at home, and do you have any tips or hacks for its use?
I use our smaller wraps and baking mats the most.
I recently discovered a trick from Grace (former worker bee), which is to use our stainless steel pegs to wrap foods in baking mats for roasting.