Did You Know?
Americans waste 27% of their food. Just 5% of the 96 billion pounds of edible food tossed out annually in the US could feed 4 million people a day for a whole entire year.
-- According to the Bureau of Sanitation of the City of Los Angeles
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healthyliving, Friday, 15 February 2013 05:08
How would you like to do your grocery shopping from the comforts of your own home and have it delivered in a matter of days? Sounds great, right? What if the products were highly concentrated, non toxic, less expensive and better for the environment? Does this sound too good to be true? It’s not! Message me so I can get you started.
marlene, Thursday, 17 December 2009 11:05
Cool, thanks! I just checked out costo.com and it does seem to be a "greener" kind of wipes... they don't disclose all of the ingredients so I wonder what's really in it... the material the wipe is made of might be better for the environment but it's important the ingredients are too...
Marian, Wednesday, 16 December 2009 21:33
Hi Marlene, I just went to Costco and noticed that their baby wipes have switched over to a natural fiber material. I didn't read the label very closely, but it's good to know that Costco seems to be seeking out natural products for their Kirkland brand.
marlene, Wednesday, 16 December 2009 17:49
Just started using a new brand of wipes, called elements naturals, and it's pretty good. 100% natural and renewable: made from 100% ingeo fibers (first man-made fiber from 100% natural renewable resources which requires 68% less fossil fuel resources than traditional oil-based materials). No chemicals, no fragrance, no chlorine. The wipes are thick and very moist, i really recommend giving it a try. $6 for 80 wipes.
marlene, Saturday, 12 December 2009 21:58
Hi green moms! Can't wait to hear about your favorite green products for kids!
greenadmin, Saturday, 12 December 2009 18:45
Welcome Green Moms!