We're celebrating Earth Day with a HUGE giveaway! Enter to win products from 15 brands that are all doing the globe some GOOD. Each company involved is a certified B Corporation, using the power of business to solve environmental and social problems. Learn more about each B Corp below!
TWO lucky winners will receive all these GOODs! To enter, please provide your email address below.
And yes, some of these goods come in plastic. But regardless of packaging, you can be sure that the world is a better place with them in it. So please recycle!
The winners will be contacted via email on Monday 4/23. Good Luck!!
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What does it mean to be a B Corporation?
B Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk. B Corps are certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency.
Today, there is a growing community of more than 2,100 Certified B Corps from 50 countries and over 130 industries working together toward 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business.
It is our mission here at stasher to reduce the use and careless disposal of single-use plastics, and we're doing that by providing a plastic-free, reusable alternative. Stasher gives back to the Earth by donating 1% or more of annual profits to 1% For The Planet, and by supporting organizations like 5 Gyres and Together for H2ope. We also work very closely with our partners, domestic and international, to ensure that all of our practices are 100% eithcal, eco-friendly and transparent.
It takes a lot less water to make Ripple Foods' pea-based milk than it does to make almond, cashew, coconut or dairy milk. Ripple's dairy-alternative products are made with only natural, certified GMO-free ingredients and bottled in 100% post-consumer recycled plastic that is 100% recyclable.
Manitoba Harvest works directly with its Canadian farmers to manage how their non-GMO hemp seeds are cultivated, and those seeds go through 34 quality tests before leaving their facility. Everything they do is influenced by how it will impact the community and environment around them.
Bombas exists because socks are the #1 most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. For every pair of socks purchased, they donate a pair. And with more than 1,200 giving partners across all 50 states, Bombas has donated 8,230,807 pairs of socks and counting.
Emmy's Organics sweet treats are made with certified organic and non-GMO ingredients in a wind and solar-powered facility. The company focuses closely on conscious consumerism, treating all employees and partners with love, and giving back to the communities around them.
Alter Eco Foods
Nourishing the foodie, farmer and field, Alter Eco goes beyond Fair Trade and Organic certification, becoming a carbon negative business and a Public Benefit Corporation in addition to their B Corp status. The company sources 100% of its products from small-scale, farmer-owned cooperatives, work closely to integrate environmental responsibility, and packages its products in compostable materials.
Simply Straws also provides an alternative to plastic, with glass straws and other products that are reusable, sustainable, durable, biodegradable and handmade with intention in California. In addition to being a B Corp, Simply Straws is proud to be a Clean Energy business and EPA Green Power Partner, using eco energy to power many of their operations and offsetting electrical use by supporting local wind and solar energy providers.
Mamma Chia cultivates strong relationships with their chia growers. As a B Corporation, Green America Certified company, founding member of Slow Money, and member of 1% For the Planet, Mamma Chia supports farmers, community groups and organizations that are building healthy and sustainable food systems.
Numi Organic Teas
Numi is committed to upholding strong values through the ingredients they source, the partners they purchase from and the treatment of workers throughout their supply chain. Through their non-profit, Together for H2OPE, they provide clean safe drinking water to their farming communities around the globe. In addition to sourcing certified organic and non-GMO teas and herbs, Numi is also dedicated to environmentally responsible packaging and offsetting carbon emissions.
Lotus Foods supports sustainable global agriculture by promoting production of traditional heirloom rice varieties while enabling the small family rice farmer to earn an honorable living. They also support More Crop Per Drop, a smart agricultural practice that protects and restores natural resources, improves quality of life for farmers–especially women–and reduces climate impact.
Eco Bags has been sourcing its labor and product ethically and sustainably since its inception in 1989. Their factory is fair wage and fair labor certified, and the farm where they source cotton uses revenue to fund a school for the children of their workers. Eco Bags products are made from GOTS certified organic cotton and recycled cotton. The company also focuses on hiring local community members so that most employees can walk to work or drive less than 3 miles.
In 2017, Prana became one of North America's highest ranking B Corps in the environmental category. In addition to producing certified organic and non-GMO gluten-free snacks, Prana diverted 120 tons of waste from landfills in 2017 alone by implementing compost and recycling programs at their facilities. They also purchase Green-e Energy Certified Renewable Energy Certificates to offset their footprint.
Through responsible ingredient sourcing (Non-GMO, Fair Trade, Organic, rBST-free and local) and well as non-profit and humanitarian efforts, GoodPop is a small company with a big passion for doing good and giving back. GoodPop has partnered with countless non-profits and organizations, including Austin Pets Alive, American Lung Association, American Cancer Society, Lemonade Day, Flatwater Foundation and the Houston Food Bank among others.
French Broad Chocolates
French Broad Chocolates began when the founders packed up and drove a a 40-foot vegetable oil-powered school bus from the Midwest to a small village in Costa Rica where their interest in cacao became a lifestyle. Today, all of the company's certified organic ingredients are sourced locally or purchased direct from farmers whose standards match their own. French Broad Chocolates has ditched styrofoam for recyclable and biodegradable packaging and shipping materials, and is dedicated to using renewable energy throughout a majority of their processes.
Back to the Roots
Back to the Roots reconnects families back to food through indoor gardening and simple ingredient organic cereals. Each one of their indoor gardening kits is part of the #GrowOneGiveOne campaign. When customers post a photo of what they grew, Back to the Roots donates a gardening kit and curriculum to an elementary school classroom. Their cereals are also helping feed millions of kids after becoming the first-ever organic cereal to be offered in US public schools.