Life is no longer a 1960’s television show. Back then, dads were the sole bread-winners and had little to do with their children (other than discipline). With more and more women advancing in the workplace, (more…)
Archive for March, 2014
When Lisa Jackson took over as EPA administrator in 2009, she expressed strong views about exposure to toxins.
“A child born in America today will grow up exposed to more chemicals than a child from any (more…)
We make organic mattresses.
No, you can’t eat them.
Yes, I’m asked that.
I’m not insulted by the “can you eat them” question. The concept of non-food organics has largely not entered the public consciousness (more…)
You might have also have heard of soybean foam as bio-foam, soy foam, and other names combining soy-, bio-, (more…)
In America, we tend to take our freedoms for granted. But the majority of those inhabiting planet Earth are still fighting for those freedoms, some with their lives, much the same as those who fought for (more…)
The energy is building to remove harmful chemicals from everyday products, and last week you showed your enthusiasm.
On Wednesday, March 12, Naturepedic founder Barry A. Cik testified before a (more…)
During my first visit to the Naturepedic mattress factory, something struck me.
The smell. The factory smelled fresh. As strange as this will sound, I thought it smelled … good.
I’ve been in (more…)
Consumers are hit with “green” claims everywhere. An organic rutabaga, or a cup of Costa Rican coffee supporting sustainable business practices, or a “natural” face lotion, or a green … fill in the blank.