That really depends on what you’re in the market for. Food, clothing, personal care products, appliances, household goods, furniture, electronics…..
Yes, as the previous answer has said, it really depends what you’re looking for. If you’re interested in beauty and cosmetics check out: Burt’s Bees, Aveda, The Body Shop, Pangea Organics, Everyday Minerals, Tarte, Misessence, Simple and Pure, Jane Iredale and Korres. If you are looking for good home supplies like laundrey detergent, check out Seventh Generation! The don’t use optical brightners, which are non-biodegradable and escape wastewater treatment processes. They also don’t get stuff out of your clothes, they just keep it in and make your colors look brighter and white aesthetically. The dirt and grime stays in, but you’re eye can’t see it. The army is a fan Seventh Generation since some of their uniforms can go undetected with infrared and using regular laundrey detergents (that have optical brightners) will ruin them.
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