Many shampoo bar users have a similar story to tell.
Sustainability is one of those broad and dense topics that can be difficult to approach without a little help.
Going to the drugstore can feel like being in the womb of an evil corporation.
If you’ve been buying liquid shampoo for a long time, you’re most likely familiar with the phrase, “lather, rinse and repeat.”
If you want to read up on the U.S. food industry, there are hundreds of books to choose from.
When we fail to properly compost, most of our organic waste is likely to end up in a landfill. There it festers for years and produces methane gas that contributes to climate change.
Most real estate developers construct buildings and homes that are low-cost and aesthetically pleasing.
Natural preservatives are ingredients that are found in nature and can — without artificial processing or synthesis with other substances — prevent products from prematurely spoiling.
You might have received Public Goods products in a black box, but we don’t want you to feel like our company is one.
These days many consumers want more information about the brands they consider supporting.