Vermont Soap was on hand and in the thick of it! Here is our booth at the entrance to the exhibit hall: This is Emi Shobu, our VT Soap representative in Japan, and Monique Marez from the Organic Trade Association.
Boston Globe’s Lorne Bell stops by Vermont Soap for a visit: “For fans of pure organics, or for anyone who loves Vermont’s quirky culture, Vermont Soap’s tiny outlet is worth a stop.” Read the full article here.
Once again, Vermont Soap will be at The Big E – New England’s Grandest State Fair! We will be in the Vermont Building from September 18th through October 4th. Come on down and check out this amazing event! This 17-day … Continued
The EPA needs to listen up: As a new CFS report shows, neonics have caused widespread contamination of water bodies across the United States, and as a result, have jeopardized a range of wildlife including crabs, insects, and migratory birds. … Continued
Pets are in the news! And also in our stores, offices, cars, laps, camping grounds and hiking trails. How about some actual straight talk about natural pet products for a change? Herbal bug repellent sprays last about a half an … Continued
Vermont Soap’s Sage Lime Organic Deodorant won the tasteforlife 2015 Personal Care Essentials Award for Deodorant!
There have been some new health and beauty products that have hit the market with melaleuca oil as the featured ingredient. They look very swanky and are being sold at a premium. But guess what folks? Melaleuca Oil is simply … Continued
Vermont Soap is participating in the third annual SLOW LIVING SUMMIT on June 4-6, 2014 in downtown Brattleboro VT! Our booth will be located on the Brattleboro Commons near the intersection of Park Place and Linden Street. We will be … Continued
Recently in the news aloe vera has been in the hot seat. The state of California is looking to add aloe to the list of things that may be carcinogenic to humans. But before you start throwing out all of … Continued
Spring is the magical time when people sweep away the winter blues and throw open their windows – to keep from gagging on the noxious odors caused by their spring cleaning products. Many conventional cleaning products include chemicals that come … Continued