Cleancult’s detergent refills are encased in a recyclable, biodegradable cardboard container with a plant-based resealable cap. Available in fragrance free, juniper and sandalwood, sweet honeysuckle and sea spray & aloe, this laundry detergent is non-toxic, GMO free and uses coconut oil and essential oil to achieve its healthy scent.
Patagonia Provisions’ Regenerative Organic Chili Mango is grown in an organic, regenerative agriculture environment, then dried with a solar-powered dehydrator. These tasty mango strips are coated in a drizzle of lime and chile powder and pack a slight kick.
The Loop makes a line of juices out of “ugly fruit,” offering 11 flavors of cold-pressed smoothies that helps to solve one of the largest issues in the U.S.: food waste. And naturally, the plastic bottles are recyclable and locally made.
A coffee-tea hybrid from Wize Coffee Leaf is tea made from coffee leaves, using a part of the plant formerly discarded, thus reducing food waste while also providing year-round income for coffee farmers since bean season is only 3 months. The husk pulp from the process is used as fertilizer and the runoff is harvested for its nutrients, closing the loop on the coffee-tea hybrid’s creation.
Nature’s Path’s new limited-edition Regenerative Organic Oats are instant oats made with one simple ingredient — oats grown on a regenerative farm. As it says on the package, “These Oats Help Save the Planet!”