Nearly 90% of cotton is planted with genetically modified seeds in the United States. The ‘conventional’ process to grow cotton creates mass amounts of environmental contamination and the cotton itself is showered with chemicals, making it one of the dirtiest crops. To avoid chemicals and pollutants sneaking into your home through cotton products, it”s advisable to switch to organic cotton clothing.
We have recently released products from four ethical coffee companies to our curated catalog! Read on to find out the scoop behind each of these extra special brands.
The dark side of the chocolate industry makes the practice of fundraising with chocolate an ethical dilemma. Most non-profit organizations and charities only desire to do good for the world, but by selling chocolate that is not Fair Trade or Organic, organizations are contributing to an industry that thrives off child slave labor and harms the environment.
In recent years, concern about the potential dangers of harsh chemicals in baby and children’s products has led to a rise in organic baby foods and clothes. However, many parents haven’t yet considered that their children’s toys may contain harmful additives and chemicals.
Coffee is one of the most in-demand commodities on the planet, but many coffee farmers struggle just to feed their families. Find out how drinking Fair Trade and organic coffee can help with the global coffee crisis.