Whether it’s something obvious such as meat, or perhaps a surprising case like plywood, many of the goods we buy contain ingredients that fall under the category of “animal products” or “animal byproducts.”
“Phosphates” has become one of those scary-sounding substances that has some people worried. But really it’s phosphate additives people should be wary of.
Scattered across the Hudson River Valley there are many gems that, despite seeming hidden compared to nearby New York City, shine brightly as aspirational symbols of sustainable living and beautiful home design.
Every product tells a story, but not many of them involve a matriarchal society of indigenous people.
At Public Goods we want to reduce waste as much as possible.
For as long as I can remember, I have washed my hair with shampoo every time I shower, which is pretty much daily (I’ll admit there are occasional days I skip because I get tired and go to bed early).
The tuna industry can be horribly destructive. Irresponsible practices, such as overfishing, have decimated aquatic environments and threatened our supply of fish.
The Public Goods Blog is about health, sustainability and people making an impact. That’s why we seek out and interview amazing people who can share incredible stories or valuable insights. Their wisdom might be the inspiration you need to live a healthier, more sustainable life.
In recent years you might have seen the term, “fragrance-free,” on some of your favorite cosmetics and cleaning supplies.