Posts Tagged ‘organic’

Why use all-natural soaps — and our top picks!: Attachment

There are plenty of reasons for switching to CO2 neutral office water coolers, and using natural soap. 

New products at Expo West; Rainforest Alliance approved!: Attachment

If you’re not familiar with Expo West (or Expo East, for that matter), it’s one of the United States’ largest tradeshow, featuring a huge array of natural, organic, and good-for-you products.

Homemade vegetable and fruit washes: Attachment

You might be tempted to snack on some vegetables and fruit fresh out of the garden, but dirty food can harbor a fair amount of harmful bacteria.

Mother’s Day vegan brunch ideas: Attachment

With Mother’s Day just a few days away, there is no better way to celebrate Moms out there with how much you love them like you can with food.

Largest organic-LED TV: coming soon from LG: Attachment

LG Electronics, maker to many eco-friendly options, will be unveiling the 72-inch LZ9700, the world’s largest full LED-backlight LCD 3D TV.

Easy eggplant appetizer with vegan alternative: Attachment

You can easily showcase a delicious holiday appetizer for both your vegan and omnivorous company, without subjecting either one to a boring alternative.

H&M’s eco-friendly Spring line: Attachment

We’re seeing more and more eco-conscious fashion designers showing their goods, promoting sustainability, and using eco-friendly fabrics. Their newest Spring 2011 collection highlights just how fabulous these can look!

Gifts <$20... The Great Green Gift Guide Part III: Attachment

We love gift giving around the holidays, but sometimes it can be a little much… especially for our wallets. But who can deny the warmth we feel with our brother/daughter/friend/hair stylist’s

WWDSD? (Great Green Gift Guide Part II): Attachment

Sometimes we want to know WWJD? But when it comes to the environment, only David Suzuki knows. And although he doesn’t have a beard that’s long and white,

Study: Organic produce isn’t better for you: Attachment

A recent study shows that organically grown produce may actually not offer additional nutritional benefits over conventional varieties.