Yesterday marked the 50th Earth Day anniversary, an annual celebration that advocates change for the good of the environment. Since its start in 1970, Earth Day has increasingly grown worldwide year-over-year, promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike.
Because of the influence Earth Day has had on the world, consumers have increasingly become interested in how products they purchase are sourced, manufactured, and packaged. In fact, a study released by Nielsen, reported that sustainable product sales have increased by nearly 20 percent since 2014. So, in celebration of Earth Day, and the array of sustainable clients OceanX has the pleasure of partnering with, we wanted to highlight 3 of our direct-to-consumer clients who are doing their part to improve the lives of their customers while maintaining Earth-friendly standards.
AthleticGreens is a daily all-in-one supplement developed for high performers that include Olympic athletics, entrepreneurs, artists, and more. AthleticGreens has spent 10 years working with doctors, naturopaths and nutritionists to create the highest efficacy and nutritionally complete supplement on the planet.
AthleticGreens proudly manufactures green and clean in a TGA-registered, Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Certified facility in New Zealand. In addition to their manufacturing process, every ingredient sourced for their product is of the highest quality and efficacy. They continually exceed cGMP and meet FDA guidelines by auditing and reviewing every supplier and manufacturer of each raw ingredient.
If you’re in the market for a supplement that boost energy and supports athletic recovery, immunity and digestion click here: https://athleticgreens.com/products/ultimate-daily-greens-powder/us
Seed is the health and wellness brand pioneering microbiome science to improve human and planetary health. They produce a probiotic + prebiotic daily supplement developed for systemic benefits that include digestive health, skin health, gut immune function, heart health, gut barrier integrity, and micronutrient synthesis.
Seed is constantly pushing the envelope, both with scientific research and product sustainably. Seed thinks in systems and sustainability in the pursuit of materials that are not just earth-friendly, but can leave a beneficial footprint. Collaborating with experts in bacteria from around the world, they are working towards biomaterials and unique applications of up-cycled waste as an alternative to plastic.
They can’t do it alone. They are always looking for new partners to help them continue to do better, so if you’re developing the sustainable materials of the future, please contact them at—[email protected]
And if you’re on the market for a daily symbiotic to improve gut and digestive health, click here: https://shop.seed.com/products/daily-synbiotic
Cora makes tampons, pads, cups, and liners for the modern woman. Cora’s goods are smart, innovative, overachieving, and inspired by the women who wear them. From a clean supply chain to sustainable period care, Cora is on a mission to reduce their global footprint. Cora manufactures pads, liners and bladder liners in the US, and reduces waste by offering eco-friendly options like the Cora Cup and applicator free tampons.
Cora is also certified organic. Wherever you see cotton in Cora’s line, like the top sheets in their pads and liners, it’s organic. Cora’s tampons are even GOTS certified, meaning they’re guaranteed to be ethically sourced, free of pesticides, and made without child labor.
In addition to a sustainable manufacturing process, Cora provides pads to girls in developing nations. This allows these girls the ability to attend school without stigma of being on their period, allowing them access to an education and a runway to become strong leaders.
If you’re looking for a new line of feminine products that has a global impact visit their online store here: https://cora.life/pages/products
At OceanX, we are proud to help clients who are helping to improve the lives of their customers while improving their eco footprint. To learn how we helped Cora download our case study by clicking below: