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Dr. Bronner’s makes socially & environmentally responsible products of the highest quality, while dedicating profits to help make a better world!
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 19
Earth comes first at Dr. Bronner's Soap factory! For our shipping boxes, we only use 100% PCR (post-consumer ) corrugate. We’ve switched to a cardboard that’s 30% thinner, and have slowly removed 90% of the dividers from inside our cases.
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Phella Apr 18
I need my Dr. Bronner’s soap in the worst way. Ran out yesterday and haven’t had time to go buy more. Might have to start getting two so this never happens again.
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
"Alongside the move to renewable energy sources, a crucial way to mitigate is through widespread adoption of regenerative organic agriculture practices that sequester atmospheric carbon as stable soil organic matter." —David Bronner
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Deborah Loomis Apr 17
From Patagonia and Dr. Bronner's CEOs: Rodale researchers say "if all farms and ranches globally used regenerative organic agriculture techniques, 100% of the world's carbon emissions could be recaptured into the soil within the first year."
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
Our Cosmic Principles define Dr. Bronner's most important relationships, and guide us in everything we do, from soapmaking to peacemaking: 1. Ourselves 2. Our Customers 3. Our Employees 4. Our Suppliers 5. Our Earth 6. Our Community
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Movement Media Apr 18
2015 5. Soap Co. w/ Ethical Vegan CEO Donates > $150K to Animal Orgs: isn’t your ordinary soap co., &.. isn’t your average CEO 4. Major Plant-Based Medical Center [Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine] Opening in..DC
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
The traditional & responsible farming practices humans used for centuries before the rise of chemical agriculture are some of the best methods we can use to protect ourselves and the planet. It's what we now call regenerative organic farming.
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 17
END FACTORY FARMING.
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MegaFood Apr 18
Yes! Regen ag to the rescue - thank you and for this important perspective: Reckless farming is destroying the planet. This could save it
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
Oh man, one of my all-time favorite scents. So glad you're loving Almond. :) -Stacey
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
Which one is it? 😀 -Stacey
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
Coming in May to —but the 2-oz is available in our Soap Sampler 6-Pack:
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
Regenerative organic agriculture can help mitigate . Pass it on.
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Ben Williamson Apr 18
Regenerative farming techniques could save the world, write and chiefs. We can feed a growing global population without destroying the planet
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
"It’s why we’re here: to find peace & wholeness despite what’s lost, to use our gifts in service to each other & this beloved earth we share, to see ourselves in one another, to weave our stories into one."
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floralisa 🇵🇷 Apr 18
Nobody: The soap I use to clean my makeup brushes:
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
If you're looking for some amazing companies or orgs to follow & support:
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Malachi Tran Apr 18
“Patagonia refusing to sell vests to some corporate clients that don’t ‘prioritize the planet”. 🙏🏽🌎 A greater respect for after listening to Gero Leson of ’s presentation on and .
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Dr. Bronner's Apr 18
"Sal Suds is one of the most versatile [and one of my favorite] household cleaners. You can dilute the solution to clean just about anything [making it super affordable—don’t let the bottle size deceive you] and it is a gentle rockstar on clothing." —, Instagram
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Patagonia Apr 17
We can feed a growing global population without destroying the planet. Here's how:
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