Seventh Generation non-toxic and environmentally safe household products

Seventh Generation non-toxic and environmentally safe household products

Great products for baby like bleach free diapers that are compact and fit well.

  • B&W Green Gift Set includes: 1 set of 5 Monochromatic Envirosax reusable grocery bags; 2 reusable produce bags (1 large cotton sack, and 1 medium net sack); 1 27 oz reusable Black Klean Kanteen water bottle.

  • Lightweight, portable, waterproof, reusable, affordable. This assortment of 5 eco-friendly and oh-so-sleek Envirosax are rolled up in a carrying pouch small enough to stow into a glove box or a handbag. With reinforced seams, each... Lightweight, portable, waterproof, reusable, affordable. This assortment of 5 eco-friendly and oh-so-sleek Envirosax are rolled up in a carrying pouch small enough to stow into a glove box or a handbag. With reinforced seams, each surprisingly large bag holds the equivalent weight of 2 supermarket plastic bags. The very modern "Monochromatic" design is great for guys and gals

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  • Lightweight, waterproof, reusable, affordable. We adore this assortment of 5 environmentally friendly (and totally groovy) Envirosax bags - rolled up in a carrying pouch small enough to stow into a glove box or a handbag. With rei... Lightweight, waterproof, reusable, affordable. We adore this assortment of 5 environmentally friendly (and totally groovy) Envirosax bags - rolled up in a carrying pouch small enough to stow into a glove box or a handbag. With reinforced seams, each surprisingly large bag holds the equivalent weight of 2 supermarket plastic bags. And…they’re really, really cute!!

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  • This is such a splendid gift to give and receive. If you've considered making a move over to organic why not try growing your own herbs? This kit includes soil, seeds, and careful instructions for how to care for your little gar... This is such a splendid gift to give and receive. If you've considered making a move over to organic why not try growing your own herbs? This kit includes soil, seeds, and careful instructions for how to care for your little garden. For an extra kick of eco-friendly genius the pot is made from renewable and organic sources and they're biodegradable! During the holidays people give the usual poinsettias that are usually tossed mid-January, why not give something that can be used all year round?

  • If you feel guilty about all the little plastic bags you use in the produce section, this is your savior. Resuable bags made especially for your produce. These are built strong and are easy to close - seems preferable to the fli... If you feel guilty about all the little plastic bags you use in the produce section, this is your savior. Resuable bags made especially for your produce. These are built strong and are easy to close - seems preferable to the flimsy plastic bags at the store!

  • I wanted to grow tomatos this spring, but lack the space to do it in our rented house. These tomatos are perfect for growing indoors or out in the pot! The pot is even made from organic materials!

  • The Sigg company keeps coming up with more and more fabulous, fun designs! This one in blue and green called the Earth Sigg Water Bottle is really big, like 33 oz. big! By filtering my own water and filling up a Sigg instead of p... The Sigg company keeps coming up with more and more fabulous, fun designs! This one in blue and green called the Earth Sigg Water Bottle is really big, like 33 oz. big! By filtering my own water and filling up a Sigg instead of purchasing water in a plastic bottle, I'm not only saving myself money, I'm helping to save the environment!

  • If you are a conciencious person who wants to "vote" with your dollars when you shop, you may feel frustrated by the myriad of choices facing you at the supermarket. It's hard to remember which companies are environmentally and so... If you are a conciencious person who wants to "vote" with your dollars when you shop, you may feel frustrated by the myriad of choices facing you at the supermarket. It's hard to remember which companies are environmentally and socially responsible and which are not. Even worse, many brands are owned by terrible companies which are not indicated anywhere on the packaging. For example Kraft and Nabisco are owned by a company called Altria which owns Phillip Morris cigarettes. Most people have heard how bad Phillip Morris is, but might not know that the same company owns many common brands of food. This book helps you make decisions about which products to buy by rating companies and brands on their social and environmental records. The book is organized by product type, making it easy to use while shopping. Though it includes most major brands, some companies are not rated in this book, and that is the only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5. This is the first edition of the book, and I'm sure future releases will be more complete.