Bee House teapots are the perfect marriage of style and practicality. Made in Japan, each teapot comes with its own stainless-steel infuser and lid. We carry several sizes in a changing variety of luscious colors.
Lodge Logic, made in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, bills itself as “America’s Original Cookware.” Founded in the early 1800s by Joseph Lodge, the company is still family owned and operated, and proud of producing the most extensive selection of quality cast iron pots, pans, and griddles available.
If we don’t have the pan you want in stock, we’re always happy to place a special order at no additional charge.
Want to know more about care and feeding of your cast iron pan? Check out Lodge Logic’s helpful website.
Fuzz That Wuzz What were once plastic bottles are now cuddly toys! Introducing Fuzz That Wuzz! The outer fabric and the stuffing are both high-quality polyester fiber made from 100% recycled plastic PET bottles
BioKleen – We get lots of positive comments about BioKleen products from our customers, and carry a full line of items to clean your clothes, home, kitchen and bath. A favorite among many is the automatic dish detergent. Customers come back again and again for the tough cleaning power that leaves their dishes free of residue and heavy perfumes.
San Francisco-based Speesees makes great, fun, Fair Trade and certified organic cotton clothing for babies and toddlers.Besides being good for the planet, these soft snuggly garments are great for babies’ sensitive skin. The animals depicted on the clothes are almost as cute as the kids who wear them!
Meryl Streep’s Favorite Water Bottle
Made of non-toxic, non-leaching infinitely reusable stainless steel, eco-star Meryl Streep touts the virtues of the Klean Kanteen. It comes in several styles and sizes (including a sippy cup version), and starts at about $15.
by Elizabeth Archerd
The co-op’s 30th anniversary party last October was rainy, cold and extremely windy. Since I had to spend much of the day outside, I indulged in one of the gorgeous Chinese silk scarves that we’d recently started carrying. It was so warm and lovely that I wore it regularly all winter. Signs by the scarves indicated that the supplier is a member of Co-op America and the Fair Trade Alliance. Chinese Fair Trade? Intriguing. Curiosity led me to Chen Chen, owner of Cocoon-House, distributor of these luscious products.
Under the Nile organic cotton baby apparel and soft toys
According to founder and president of Under the Nile, Janice Masoud, utilizing organic cotton in the company’s line of infant and children’s apparel was one of the easiest business decisions she has ever made.
“I have always embraced the whole concept of natural fabrics and organic materials,” she said. “Especially for infants —having clean, pure, non-toxic fabric next to their skin is crucial.”