A circular economy is a setup where we share, lease, reuse, fix, spruce up, and recycle materials and products to keep them going for as long as we can instead of just throwing them away. We’re committed to a zero waste-to-landfill philosophy, meaning that more than 90% of waste is diverted from landfills by recycling, composting,
In Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire), women provide almost 70% of the labor on cocoa farms yet receive only 20% of the income . KANY Scoops, Dr. Bronner’s primary cocoa supplier, is committed to addressing this disparity (KANY means “light” in Akan). This cooperative stands out for its focus on empowering women in cocoa farming, ensuring the crucial contributions of women are acknowledged and valued.
For well over a decade, Lisa Bronner (granddaughter of Dr. Bronner) has been listening to customers’ frequently asked questions about how to live a low-tox life, how to discern labels in the home and body care aisles, and much more. In Soap & Soul, Lisa breaks down everything you need to know about Dr. Bronner’s products,
Soap & Soul, A Practical Guide to Minding Your Home, Your Body, and Your Spirit with Dr. Bronner’s Soaps is available now in hardback, eBook & audiobook. Order your copy today! In “Soap & Soul,” Lisa Bronner, granddaughter of Dr. Bronner, offers a practical guide for green living and embracing an eco-friendly lifestyle. Using the experience she’s gained from her blog,
A mission-driven company goes beyond a mission statement. It’s about prioritizing people and uplifting everyone along the supply chain – employees, consumers, communities, and the environment. This year we’ve been celebrating a significant achievement: 75 years in business for Dr. Bronner’s and a remarkable 165 years since the Bronner family began crafting soap in Laupheim, Germany back in 1858.
For decades, plastics have provided us with cheap, durable, and lightweight solutions in just about every industry. This is especially true when it comes to the packaging of personal care products. However, this convenience comes at a cost. Plastic packaging waste has numerous detrimental impacts on the environment, from sitting permanently in landfills and seeping into the soil,
When it comes down to it, organic soaps—and Pure-Castile Soaps made with organic ingredients—are better for your skin than conventional soaps and detergents loaded with synthetics and other chemicals that can harm the skin and body. They also tend to have significantly less environmental impact. Table of Contents USDA Definitions on Organic Certifications What Ingredients Are Usually Found in Natural,
Can vegans eat chocolate? Yes! Chocolate can absolutely be vegan. Most dark chocolate is vegan, but you’ll want to inspect the label to be sure. However, chocolate containing dairy products is not vegan-friendly, and the processing of some chocolate products can also make it not vegan. Are you on a quest to find the best quality vegan chocolate bar?
Though many soap brands advertise relief from allergies and soothing properties for sensitive skin, these claims can be misleading due to several additives and chemicals that can actually make symptoms worse. Ensure the soap you choose contains certified organic, fair trade, and natural ingredients. Table of Contents How Does Soap Work What Ingredients Should I Avoid?