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Greer's OC: Cruelty-free products at LUSH

By Greer Wylder British-based Elaborate Fresh Handmade Cosmetics just opened its first Orange County reservoir at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. Vegetarians, vegans and those who stay away from preservatives and packaging can find cruelty-let loose skin- and

8 Steps to a Healthy Home: The Key for a Healthy Body and Planet

Many of the chemicals in our eats (like artificial colors), and cosmetics (like phthalates) have been banned in many countries around the give birth to, but are available here in the US without warning labels. (The Breast Cancer Fund says studies show there's

Gluten-Free Products: Steal or Scam?

Gluten-Free Products: Steal or Scam? That includes well-known brands like Bare-ass Minerals and lesser-known ones like Afterglow Cosmetics and Eos lip balm. As more and more people swap to gluten-free diets or develop allergies to wheat products, does this wonderful gluten-free beauty is the

In the Biz: Saratoga Springs to welcome new health foods store

For Blue planet's Sake will reflect that one-stop shopping philosophy with a selection of products, including local meats and dairy, eco-friendly gifts and all-habitual cosmetics — such a range of goods that Bakkalapulo never expected to carry them all when

UK government offers support to organic businesses

The Department of International Trade (DIT) recently committed to supporting the organic segment in three of its major ‘territory campaigns’: in Germany, France and the US.

In confirmation of this commitment, the government department has now announced a number of opportunities for businesses interested in improving the visibility of their offer in these three countries.

Tradeshow access support

A key area where the UK government is keen to boost the organic segment is in enabling businesses to access important networking and showcasing events.

The DIT offers UK businesses financial support to exhibit at key shows, and has two specifically organic trade shows on its list of eligible events: Biofach in Germany, and Expo West in California, USA.

In a recent blog post, the Soil Association described Expo West as the ‘world’s largest organic and natural trade event’. Biofach, meanwhile, is primarily a food industry event.

What cosmetics contain animal derived ingredients?

I recently have started a blog, dedicated to the organic lifestyle. I had a Grandfather pass away from CJD (aka: human mad cow disease) so it has touched me, and I have boycotted all unnatural, non-organic products, foods etc. I am having a hard time

hope this can help: ml

there is a red food dye called carmine that is in some foods and drinks of red or pink item like maybe pink grapefruit juice? (read labels) and in red is made from crushed red bugs..