Shop Sustainably This Holiday Season

Posted - November 19, 2021
We know our Seed community is striving to shop sustainably this holiday season, so we’ve put together a short list of our favorite Read More

Our Glow-Up From Shower-Friendly Paper Bottles To Aluminum

Posted - October 15, 2021
This month, as part of our commitment to continuously improving the sustainability and recyclability all of our products' packaging, we Read More

Why You Should Try Our Concentrated Cleansing Powders

Posted - September 24, 2021
Here at Seed Phytonutrients, we're always aiming to innovate in our formulation process and find creative ways to offer Read More

We’ve Offset 100% of Our 2020 Carbon Emissions!

Posted - June 11, 2021
by Sarah K. Grundy with header photo of sustainable agriculture by REDD+ also, South Pole, Windpower Engineering & Development So, Read More

Get the Most Out of Our NEW Concentrated Cleansing Powders!

Posted - May 22, 2021
Our new cleansing powders change the way you get clean with their water-activated, creamy foam formulas! We know the idea of cleansing Read More

Our Carbon Footprint & What We’re Doing About it!

Posted - May 14, 2021
We previously announced becoming Climate Neutral Certified, and now we have a detailed footprint report to share! In our effort to Read More

We’re Officially Climate Neutral Certified!

Posted - April 21, 2021
In response to the urgency of the climate crisis, we're proud to announce that Seed Phytonutrients is officially Climate Neutral Read More

More Methods of Reducing Food Waste in the Kitchen

Posted - April 19, 2021
When we began looking into reducing our impact on the environment, we were introduced to so many new ideas! Our commitment this year to Read More

Spring Offers Us the Opportunity for Renewal

Posted - April 14, 2021
by Sarah K. Grundy with photos by Sakara Life and Kennedy Haffner Spring into the season by cleansing and rejuvenating your body, mind, Read More

Get More Out of Your Food— Use Your Kitchen Scraps!

Posted - March 19, 2021
When we say “food waste,” we mean uneaten food, whether it’s spoiled or merely good food thrown away. In the United States alone, Read More