Green Living by Native Organics
#ThinkPink – 4 Food Tips to Remember for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 0
1. Stick to Organic Fruits and VegetablesOrganic fruits and vegetables are free from harmful herbicides and pesticides that have been shown to stimulate growth of cancer cells in laboratory studies. Our Fruit and Veggie Wash is another safe way to ensure your produce is free from germs and bacteria.
2. Go for Organic, Free-Range Meat
Synthetic growth hormones found in most beef can mimics estrogen and potentially cause an increase in the growth of cancer cells.
3. Ditch the Canned Goods
BPA is a known endocrine disruptor that’s already been banned from baby bottles, sippy cups, and infant formula packaging. Unfortunately, you can still find it in many canned food liners.
4. Just Say NO to Teflon
Yes, non-stick cookware can be a time-saver. But the PFCs used to keep food from sticking can pose a risk to your health. Cast iron and anodized aluminum cookware is a much safer bet, and you can trust our Oven and Grill Cleaner to help keep them sparkly.
SPECIAL PROMO: In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, we're offering 15% off our entire Native Organics product line. Just use code THINKPINK during checkout.
- David Kassin
Join Us at Natural Expo East on September 22-24! 0
Product Lineup to Include Child-Friendly Cleaners and Hand Soaps featuring The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
Native Organics Industries LLC, a leader in the all-natural cleaning and pest control products space, today announced it will be unveiling its newest products under The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Native Organics brands at the Natural Products Expo East Show in Baltimore taking place September 22 – 24, 2016. All of Native Organics’ products are made and packaged in the United Stated and consist of water and food grade plant matter that are non-toxic and 100% biodegradable. Product demonstrations, show specials and incentives for early ordering will be available during the show at Booth 4410.
In anticipation of next year’s 50th Anniversary Celebration of The World of Eric Carle, creator of the beloved children’s books The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See and many others, Native Organics will be sponsoring the VIP suite in Orioles Park at Camden Yards during the game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Boston Red Sox.
“We are very excited to take part in this year’s Expo East,” said Native Organics CEO David M. Kassin. “We’re committed to making sure that people everywhere who are interested in all-natural alternatives to the harsh chemicals found in traditional cleaners have the opportunity to buy our products and make their homes a little safer and healthier and a whole lot cleaner.”
Flagship products for the company include the following:
Native Organic Fruit & Veggie Wash - Specially formulated to loosen and remove debris, soil, pesticide residue and other contaminants from produce
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Hard Plastic Toy Cleaner – Removes germs and bacteria causing residues from plastic toys, dishes, bottles and utensils
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Laundry Detergent - 8X concentrated laundry detergent that leaves no residue on fabrics and is safe for septic and hard water systems
Native Organic Bed Bug Killer - Gentle and safe for all skin types while strong enough to eliminate bed bugs, mites, chiggers, and fleas
5 Ways to Live a More Eco-Friendly Lifestyle 0
Here at Native Organics, we firmly believe that it's within everyone's grasp to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Below are a few simple tips that can have you well on your way...
1. TURN OFF THOSE ELECTRONICSBefore you go to bed at night, be sure to turn off all the lights in the house as well as shut down any electronics like laptops and televisions that won't be in use while you're asleep.
You'd be shocked to learn how many water bottles and coffee cups wind up in landfills each year. Invest in a reusable water bottle and/or coffee mug and help save the environment while staying hydrated.
3. ENJOY MEATLESS MONDAYS...
Or Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or whenever! Commercial farm animals consumer a ton of food, water and space. So help reduce their footprint by going vegetarian every now and then. The environment (and your waistline) will thank you for it.
4. DONATE TO A LOCAL CHARITY
The next time you're doing your spring cleaning, set aside your unwanted goods and donate them to a local charity rather than tossing them in the garbage. You know the old saying: "One man's garbage could be another man's treasure."
5. SUPPORT GREEN BUSINESSES (LIKE OURS!)
When more companies strive to be more eco-friendly, we all benefit. If presented the choice, always choose eco-friendly when you can.
What other tips do you have for living a more eco-friendly lifestyle? Let's us know in the comments!
- Kendra Webb-Scott
- Tags: green living
3 Benefits of Going Green 0
Here at Native Organics, we take our commitment to green living and sustainability seriously. And just in case saving money, doing the right thing, and protecting our planet weren't enough, here's our top 3 list of benefits of going green:
1. REDUCE WASTE
Products are continually being produced and discarded on a rapid scale, causing pollution and the release of toxins worldwide. Purchasing eco-friendly products reduces the need for raw materials, lessens the emissions of greenhouse gases and decreases the amount of waste in landfills.
2. SAVE MONEYAt first glance, green purchasing can seem more expensive. But when done the right way, going green can save you tons of money in the long run and help your dollar stretch a lot farther. Saving $1000 per year on energy and water is a reasonable expectation for most households.
3. PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENTGoing Green helps conserve energy, improves the quality of air we breathe, reduces the rate of skin, eye and respiratory irritations and helps protect the world's delicate ecological balance.
And there you have it - 3 compelling benefits of going green! But we know there are tons more. Feel free to share some of your own personal stories about going green in the comments below.
- Kendra Webb-Scott
- Tags: green living