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Sunleaf Naturals Candles, Soaps and Diffusers

Sunleaf Naturals, scented with 100% essential oils, are made in Waconia, Minnesota. They use all-natural ingredients, no petroleum, lead-free wicks, and lots of creativity. Sunleaf also makes all-natural dish and hand soaps, fire starters and reed diffusers—deliciously scented!

SnackTAXIs: Back to School Special

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SnackTAXIs are a fun way to reduce your use of plastics. Invented by a Massachusetts mom who packs over 500 lunches a year, just one of these washable, reusable, colorful bags can eliminate an average of 1,000 (!) plastic bags over it’s lifetime.

They come in two sizes, Snack and Sandwich, and a wide variety of patterns and colors (including some very pretty Pucci-esque paisleys for grown-up users), and are completely machine-washable. The Snack size is just perfect for a pile of Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies.

Check out our selection of fun colors and patterns at Linden Hills Natural Home.

Klean Kanteen

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You like water, right? Clean, cold, pure, thirst-quenching water?

But not out of a plastic bottle.

So get a Klean Kanteen, made from stainless steel. The company is awesome, too. We ordered some bottles from them, printed with our logo, and they gave us the most exceptionally good customer service we could hope for. The bottles were delivered in time for a big special event and they looked great.

Biodegradeable Bags

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If you’re participating in the Linden Hills source separated organics pilot and looking for biodegradeable trash bags for your compostable waste, we’ve got ‘em: Bag to Nature, Biobag and (local) Naturbag bags are available in various sizes at the co-op. You can find them in aisle 5.

Laptop Lunches

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Laptop Lunches have been getting lots of buzz in the past few months. Ever since they were featured in the Star-Tribune’s “Green Holiday Gift Guide” back in December, they’ve been a steady seller at Natural Home.

These non-toxic easy-care lunch kits are a great option for kids (and grownups) that take the waste out of a portable meal.

Laptop Lunches is a California-based and mommy-owned company. Check their blog for the latest info on new products and great suggestions on how to cut waste, save money and pack healthy meals to go.

Green Garden Goods

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It’s time once again for Minnesotans to break ground and get gardening! We have lots of supplies in stock to help you start or continue any green thumb projects. Offerings such as composters, soil and fertilizers, corn gluten, seeds and natural pest control will help you create a green space in more ways than one!

St. Croix Valley Naturals

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We’re proud to offer another great locally-made product from a company committed to using high quality 100% organic materials. Their neck and back warmers and eye pillows are filled with Minnesota-grown certified organic golden flaxseed, and covered in soft, beautiful US-grown certified organic cotton. Freeze or microwave them for a heating or cooling treatment.

InnoBaby

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Innobaby’s Keepin’ Fresh line of food storage makes packing a lunch or a diaper bag a snap! Small containers with easy to open air tight lids are perfect for small hands to maneuver and yet won’t make a mess in your bag. Their most recent offerings include bento-type boxes and sippy cups with stainless steel interiors and attractive exterior designs.

Sassy Knitwear

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Living the Sassy Life
By Kathy Gerhardt

The tag on the children’s clothes at Linden Hills Natural Home reads in part: “Superb comfort. Inspired design from organic and recycled fabrics…this is what fashion should be. This is Sassy Knitwear.”

Designed and hand-sewn by Molly O’Brien, these clothes are not only sassy, but smart, too: smart in design, smart in comfort and smart in that they are created and delivered with as little impact to the environment as possible.

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The Center for Environmental Health recently sent out a consumer advisory, alerting parents to the possible presence of lead in children’s vinyl lunch boxes or bags.

Because it is not possible to tell by appearance whether a vinyl lunch box may contain lead, CEH is advising parents to avoid buying vinyl lunch boxes altogether as we cannot guarantee they are lead free. You can test vinyl lunch boxes you already own using a hand-held lead testing kit, which is available for purchase at Linden Hills Natural Home.