MEET THE MAKERS
We are committed to sourcing the best possible products for our refill shop. Best means more to us than just high-quality. Our products are sourced from makers that are as hyperlocal as possible, are made with the environment top of mind, and are made from the purest and hardest working ingredients that are on the market!
Moon Valleys Organics herb farm is on a mission to preserve the health of pollinators– bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. These pollinators power the organic ingredients they grow to bring you the purest products. Moon Valley Soap is made on their ‘B Corps’ farm in Washington.
Puretergent makes hardworking, deep-cleaning products using smart chemistry, avoiding all the toxic stuff. The products are non-toxic, greywater safe, biodegradable, and UL Ecologo Certified, working to lower the impact on our environment. Puretergent is a small, woman-owned business, making products locally, right here in the East Bay.
Griffin Remedy's all-natural body care products are formulated with vitamins, botanicals, and essential oils. The products are vegan, 100% paraben-free, sulfate-free, with absolutely no artificial colors or fragrances. Griffin Remedy is a small, independent company, making products locally, right here in the East Bay.
Sappo Hill remains true to their old fashioned master soapmaking values, using cold-process methods to make plant-based castile soaps. Sappo Hill’s Soap is all natural, animal free, cruelty-free, and uses only organic ingredients. Each soap is hand-crafted, wire-cut, air-dried, and aged to create a long-lasting hardworking soap; kettle made and cut by hand daily in Ashland, Oregon.
Little Seed Farm's products are made fresh on their organic farm from animals raised in a natural and humane environment. Little Seed's 100% solar powered farm uses sustainable practices in its' growing, animal husbandry, and its chemical-free skincare products. Products are made on the farm in Tennessee.
Dr. Bronner's is your quirky, soap-making family using traditional methods with a love for natural ingredients in place of synthetic chemicals. The liquid soaps are 3 times more concentrated than most liquid soaps on the market, which means more soap per bottle and less waste in packaging materials. They are non-GMO, vegan, certified organic, and made right here in California with fair trade ingredients.
Bee’s Wrap founder Sarah Kaeck started Bee’s in 2012 in order to reimagine the way we store food, replacing disposable plastic wraps with a natural, reusable option that lasts forever. Sourced from certified organic cotton, mixed with sustainably-harvested beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin, these plastic wrap alternatives are a game changer. Bee’s Wrap is certified ‘B Corp’ and handcrafted in Vermont.
U-Konserve makes products that combat single-use packaging, which accounts for 32% of all household waste in the United States. Their products are high-quality, durable, and safe – free of phthalates, lead, and BPA. U-Konserve is also a proud B Corp.SHOP
Stasher is a woman-owed business and the ‘Environmentally Progressive’ winner of the 2016 RedDot award. Stasher found a way to replace single-use plastic baggies with an endlessly reusable, non-toxic, silicone storage bag. Dedicated to helping make single-use plastics a thing of the past and taking pressure off our landfills.
ChicoBag’s singular mission is to help reduce single-use items from entering the waste-stream. ChicoBag is changing the way we think about reusability and consumption. ChicoBag is committed to ethical manufacturing, carbon neutrality, and is a proud ‘B Corps’.
To-Go Ware makes one of the most easily integrated zero-waste essentials product in your backpack. To-Go Ware’s endlessly reusable, sustainably- cultivated bamboo utensil set follows you anywhere you go. To-Go Ware continues to push sustainability practices throughout the company and is a proud ‘B Corps’.