Woobamboo Bamboo Toothbrush

May 16, 2014

Recycling what you can is a great practice to get into. But what if the products didn’t need to be recycled because it is sustainable and made from organic matter? So it will eventually breakdown on it’s own, which is even better. Just remove the bristles and toss the handle into your compost pile. As […]

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Food Should Taste Good Kettle Corn Tortilla Chips

May 12, 2014

Tortilla chips have always been my choice of snack chip over potato chip, though sweet potato chips have come in a close second as of lately. So I was eager to try Food Should Taste Good’s All Natural Kettle Corn Tortilla Chips. Now don’t make the mistake as I did at first by thinking these […]

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Chandler Farm All Natural Pomegranate Soap

May 9, 2014

Though this soap is not organic, it is all natural and made from 4 simple ingredients. None of which are palm oil. Chandler Farm is big proponent of 100% palm oil free products, as harvesting palm oil threatens now endangered Orangutans in Indonesia. Since the palm oil is harvested usually in unsustainable ways, there is […]

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Agami Superfood Organic Raw Maya Chocolate

May 7, 2014

Chocolate is a great treat and certain kinds can be healthy as far as antioxidants. I’m not too much of a fan of bitter (usually dark) chocolate, I like mine to be sweet. So maybe that is why I’m not a fan whatsoever of this 100% raw organic chocolate from Agami. As a treat to […]

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Food Should Taste Good Sweet Potato Chips

May 5, 2014

I was very excited to receive a box of sweet potato chips from Food Should Taste Good (FSTG), as I have been enjoying sweet potatoes as a dinner element much more than white potatoes, so these kettle cooked sweet potato chips are right up my alley. FSTG offers them in original, barbeque, salt and pepper, […]

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NYC Green Fest Recap: Part 2

May 2, 2014

Now for my second and final recap of the NYC Green Festival. Here are the rest of the companies I found most interesting. To see part one of my recap find it here. Three Blue Birds Similar to Skoy Cloths, these Swedish dishcloths are hygienic than sponges and save a ton of paper towels. Since […]

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NYC Green Fest Recap: Part 1

April 30, 2014

On Saturday I attended the Green Festival in New York City for the second year in a row. However, this time it was moved to Pier 94 as to not interfere with the NYC Auto Show at the Javitz Center, where this event was last year. I’m glad they did move it to a new […]

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Cocoze Sandals

April 28, 2014

Products that are sustainable are amazing and it seems as though there are still not enough of them, but we are one step closer with Cocoze Sandals. They are made from coconut husks and completely compostable, except for the straps. I had never heard of such sandals, but that’s because they are one of a […]

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Wednesday Goodies

April 2, 2014

Happy mid-week! I’ve got a few more cute items to share with you. Though I haven’t tried any of these yet, they have all piqued my interest. Refillable K-Cups Single-serve coffee makers have certainly become the easiest way to have a freshly brewed cup of coffee, made just right. But what about all of those […]

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