Where to shop
If you don’t buy online to save money, you can also find many of these products at your local Whole Foods, natural foods grocery, or even Safeway!
Amazon.com: I like to shop through affiliate links when I shop on Amazon to provide a little kickback to great organizations like MADE SAFE or GMO Free USA. Check with your fave nonprofits to find out if they have a link!
Costco: Their selection of organic food – bread, packaged, frozen and fresh (produce) – and cleaning products is ever-growing (and ever-changing) – one day Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soaps, one day Nature’s Path Organic Oatmeal, even Justin’s Organic Peanut Butter Cups at Halloween!
Life Without Plastic: A one-stop online shop for high quality, safe, ethically sourced alternatives to everyday plastics products. This Canadian company also provides great information on plastics and plastic alternatives. Many common plastics used in daily life leach toxins, such as hormone mimicking Bisphenol A and phthalates — compromising the health of you and your family. Plastic pollution is a global epidemic and waste management disaster with plastic debris clogging waterways, filling oceans, defacing beaches, and killing wildlife. LifeWithoutPlastic.com is here to help improve the health of you and our shared planet Earth. Go plastic-free, and 5% of your purchase via this link will support me and my work at no additional cost to you ;>)
Thrive Market: Non-GMO and Certified Organic FOOD! “While awareness and demand for organic and non-GMO food and products continues to grow, healthier options are still more expensive and less convenient. At Thrive Market, we believe nutritious food and sustainable items are a right and not a privilege. That’s why we’re on a mission to make it easier for you to buy what’s good for you, your family, your community, and your planet. By going directly to the leading brands, we eliminate mark-ups on the highest-quality products, passing those savings right on to our members.” FREE shipping on all orders over $49 in the continental U.S. (average cost on shipping under $49 is around $5.) And every paid membership is matched with a FREE membership for a low-income American family.
Vitacost: “Take the cost out of healthy living. Since 1994” One of my favorite online shopping sites, and they reward me (and you) for sharing! Whether you shop online (or at Whole Foods) for your Dr. Bronner’s soaps or 100% recycled toilet paper or certified organic vitamins & supplements or non-GMO snack foods, the prices at Vitacost are usually the best, and I always qualify for free standard shipping which always – MIRACLE OF MIRACLES – arrives on my doorstep the following day or the next – at latest! Use this code and we’ll both receive $10 off our next order of $30+ (Within the contiguous U.S., FREE standard shipping for orders of $49+, while orders under $49 ship for a flat rate of $4.99): http://goo.gl/4u4v99