Imagine: it’s five-thirty on a wintry Friday evening. You just got off work and you’re heading to a friend’s apartment where she’s invited you over for a drink before a dinner party.
At Public Goods, we embrace wholeness. Whole beings, whole foods, and whole communities.
Whether you’re practicing yoga in a public studio or sweating it out in your own living room, it should come as no surprise that your yoga mat is prime real estate for bacteria to thrive.
Maybe this is one of the first times you’re hearing about it, or maybe your family or friends have been cooking with it for years, but the questions are still on your mind: What is ghee? How do I use it? How is it different from butter?
By 2024, the global toothpaste industry is expected to be worth $36.98 billion.
Olive oil is a staple in almost every pantry.
Coffee beans are the number one agricultural commodity in the global North-South trade.
Just like most beauty products, there are endless options when you’re scouring the aisles for a new deodorant.
When my handsome Siamese cat Misha started having digestive issues, I was surprised at my vet’s treatment plan: an expensive wet cat food made of duck and rice.
The word ‘natural’ might be on the label of your raw chicken, your granola bars, your milk, and even your face wash.