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A Good Company

A Good Company produces notebooks made of stone paper: paper made from crushed stone rather than from wood-pulp, in a process that is vastly better for the environment than the production of traditional paper. Stone Paper has a number of other benefits compared with traditional wood-pulp paper: it’s durable and tear-resistant, it has no grain (resulting in a smooth writing experience), and it can withstand water, grease and dirt.

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Jada Sleep

Jada Sleep believes that sleep is the most important thing you do, it lets you make the most out of your day by making you feel great and think clearly. Their mission is to help you get your best sleep so that you can have your best day. Jada Sleep provides luxury chemical-free products that create the cleanest possible sleep environment, protecting your family’s health and well-being.

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TAKK Home

Takk means thank you in Icelandic.  For Dröfn Sigurðardóttir and Olla Gunnlaugsdóttir, the two founders of the Reykjavík-based label TAKK Home, there are many reasons to be grateful for. One of the most important one is to have a home in which one feels safe and full of happy moments. In 2016 they founded TAKK Home, a line of quality products for the home, with focus on simplicity, function, aesthetics and respect for the environment.

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The Kovac Family

The Kovac Family consists of Christopher and Camilla Kovac, founders and operators, and their daughters Klara and Filippa. The company designs and develops interior products which cause minimum impact on the environment and are easy to recycle. Since its foundation in 2012 The Kovac Family has focused on sustainability as the core value of their business and on researching local and environmentally friendly material.

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Tuwi London

Tuwi London´s soft blankets and throws, designed in Britain and made in Peru, are made of the the softest baby Alpaca fibers. Baby Alpaca is comparable to cashmere in terms of softness and is perfect for delicate skin, since it is natural, hypoallergenic, non-prickly, breathable, lightweight and has outstanding thermal qualities (bringing warmth in cold weather and keeping the body cool in heat). Founder Kasia McConaghy choose the name tuwi for her brand because it means baby alpaca in Quechua, the language of the Incas.

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Happsy

Healthy sleep shouldn’t be difficult to find, and it shouldn’t cost a fortune. When seeing the mattresses available in the market, the people at Happsy saw a need for an organic bed-in-a-box alternative that was attainable by everyone. Why do educated, savvy, environmentally aware consumers buy memory foam, gel infused foam and the like - all made with polyurethane foam, polyester fabrics, glues/adhesives and flame retardants? Because there were no better alternatives. 

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Fluf

When Fluf was founded in 2005 by Terra Kushner and Nathalie Butterfield it was an exclusive pillow boutique in Toronto.  The store sold colorful pillows designed by Kushner, a former interior designer and Butterfield, a former lawyer. The inspiration for creating greener products came from their families. “We were making a lot of eco-friendly changes at home because we had young families,” says Kushner who, like Butterfield, has two children. 

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Naturepedic

Sleep is central to a healthy and happy life. Research shows that a good night’s sleep helps the body fight disease and maintain balance with its surroundings, making it one of the most important factors in overall health. A good night’s sleep also affects your relationships and productivity, helping you live life to its fullest. Sleep is a time for our bodies to rejuvenate and heal themselves.

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Oeuf

Oeuf, created by Michael Ryan and Sophie Demenge, started with just one crib, and has grown to produce several lines of stylish nursery and junior furniture, kids’ clothing, fun toys and elegant yet whimsical décor objects, sold all over the world. Michael and Sophie live in Brooklyn with their two children, who are their main source of inspiration for creating new products.

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Devi Arts Collective

Connecting artisans around the world, the Devi Arts Collective is an ethical fashion
brand featuring handmade nature-inspired jewelry, accessories, and home décor by
designer Bayoush Mengesha. The idea for the collective came from a deep recognition that she needed to start being accountable for where the raw materials she was using in her pieces had come from.

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Keepleaf

Keepleaf is a lifestyle brand that combines beautiful design with ethical production. They products are stylish that are made to last, promoting reusable, organic and sustainable products and materials. From reusable lunch bags and baby bibs to make up bags and totes, their eco-friendly collection is made for the whole family.

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