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AVOCURL was created out of a dorm room by Founder, Jasmine Curtis, who was tired of products that left her hair dry and contained harmful ingredients. Her handmade creations quickly replaced her other products as she started to see the results of using natural ingredients in her hair like avocado, coconut, banana, and aloe vera. The products are handmade in small batches, never tested on animals, and contain certified organic ingredients.
Today, Aardvark® paper straws can be found at retailers and distributors that offer made in the USA and Eco-Friendly products. Aardvark® paper straws are the only paper straws on the market that are made in the USA, use only FDA compliant, food-grade materials, and are marine degradable and compostable.
Carries a wide-array of environmentally sensitive products. Air & water purification, organic bedding, home furnishing, recycled items, rotating compost tumblers and other compost systems, can-o-worms and worm-a-way worm compost bins, rain barrels, and more.
Performs dry cleaning services using a non-PERC petrochemical method.
The Green Business Program verifies that businesses meet higher standards of environmental performance. More than 400 Alameda County businesses and public agencies have been certified as green businesses.
Carries traditional milk paints, egg tempura paints, water-based silk screening, and block printing inks.
An online store for natural baby products, including cribs, bedding, toys, and more.
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The only plastic-free and clean way to replace the paste you've used your whole life.
At Ecovative, our mission is to grow everyday materials that support and enhance spaceship Earth. Using our Mycelium Foundry, and through partnerships and collaborations, we are creating plant-based meat, biodegradable packaging, and leather-like textiles.
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