nature's way of (doing something)

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nature's way of (doing something)

A natural biological process by which something is done or accomplished. A fever is just nature's way of telling you that your body is fighting off an infection. A baby's crying when she's born is just nature's way of getting air into her lungs for the first time.
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Natures Way, the UK's leading supplier of packaged fresh fruit and salads to major retail and food service companies has built a new processing facility and is using natural refrigerants for cooling and optimising product freshness.
Natures Way is a major supplier of prepped and ready to eat fresh salads and fruit to many of the high street supermarket chains.
Reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions, energy costs, maintenance and overall costs long term were essential criteria for Natures Way who takes a pragmatic but holistic approach to its business and the environmental impact that has to be minimal.
Natures Way chose Ammonia, as it was felt it offered the best compromise between capital investment, running costs, maintenance and environmental impact," says Richard Sellis, Head of Engineering and Projects at Natures Way.
This is just one of natures ways of breaking down materials for reuse in our environment.