Quick Bit from Mary Mazzoni
Take a second look at that sticker on your fruit. There's a chance it's compostable or water-soluble, thanks to two innovative label makers.
Quick Bit from Cindy Baldhoff
Buying meats, produce and other products with the USDA Organic label is one way to ensure your food is free of toxins. There’s another option, too, that many consumers don’t know about: Certified Naturally Grown (CNG). CNG, a nonprofit organization ...
Feature from Haley Shapley
Herban Arts' Sunny Sweet uses plants to create a variety of tinctures, compounds, lotions, syrups and more.
Poppy Soap Co. founder Lindy Laroche was working as a medical rep when she had her son Brody back in 2009. Like many young moms, Laroche said welcoming her first child was a life-altering experience, and she soon decided it ...
Earth911 rounded up these 10 safe, nontoxic and eco-friendly replacements for common cosmetics and beauty products. Read on to clean up your beauty routine, keep harmful chemicals off your skin and help prevent PPCPs from entering the environment.
News from Patricia Escarcega
The organic, chemical-free potting soil made from composted fruit and vegetable scraps will be sold at more than 1,700 stores.
Living sustainably while raising children is often easier said than done. From prepackaged snacks to single-use wet wipes, parents encounter loads of hard-to-recycle disposables while caring for their kids. To help eco-minded moms and dads cut back on waste while raising happy, healthy children, Earth911 rounded up five common disposable parenting products, along with reusable ways to replace them.
News from Christina Caldwell
The InCycle line officially will launch for the spring/summer 2013 season and include sports shoes and track jackets.
We’ve dined on organic food and toasted with organic beers and wines. But what about sustainable spirits? That’s the question Allison Evanow, founder and CEO of Square One Organic Spirits, asked herself in a San Francisco Bay Area bar back ...