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Somehow seems to remain ethical. Such a widespread business that still keeps its costs low and doesn't bully itself into other markets... other countries, yes. But so far, they haven't bought out or underpriced competitors in other industries, from what I can tell. They claim to operate by a model where the wealthiest owners of the business don't earn more than 5 times their lowest paid employees. There might be some loopholes in here - probably are, like paid travel and perks - but it's still inspirational and highly unique.
Dr. Bronners expert review by Jessica Assaf & Alexis Krauss
Dr. Bronner's, a family business, started with organic soaps and has since expanded into a large line of popular castile soaps that come in a variety of scents.
Fluoride-free toothpaste: The company's anise, peppermint, and cinnamon toothpastes are fluoride-free, do not have artificial ingredients and come in recyclable packaging.
Environmental advocates: The company creates USDA-certified organic products, works with fair trade projects and supports healthy working conditions for laborers and farmers.
Multipurpose coconut oil: Dr. Bronner's virgin coconut oil is kosher and USDA organic. While it can be used for skin and hair care, consumers can include it in stir-frys, sauces and bakes.
Biodegradable cleaners: Consumers save time by shopping for skin care, health care products and household cleansers in one place. Dr. Bronner's biodegradable cleaners work for dishes, laundry and other tasks.
Soaps for all uses: Soaps can be used for the hair and face as well as for household cleaning tasks.
Best for: Consumers that are eco-conscious will enjoy using these all-natural and sustainable products.
Dr. Bronners Company Information
- Company Name:
- Dr. Bronners
- Year Founded:
- 1335 Park Center Drive
- Postal Code:
- United States
- (844) 937-2551