Traveling is stressful enough without being separated for days on end from your favorite soap! Far too often we see an amenity soap in a hotel room that says “organic” on the label but it’s not properly certified and doesn’t … Continued
Vermont Soap will be at the Hunger Mountain Coop Food and Wellness Expo on Saturday, November 8 at Montpelier City Hall!
My kids grew up with a jar of “Green Stuff” in the door of the fridge. Whenever they got a scrape, bite or “owie” they would tearfully reach in the fridge for a soothing jar of homemade salve. Our garden … Continued
We have resumed production of bar soap and are adding capacity every week.
We resumed liquid soap production this week at Vermont Soap, 116 days since the fire that drove us from our old factory. New kettles are coming online every week!
Our rebuilding efforts continue full steam ahead. Here’s a look at the past two months of construction in the wet room, where our kettles are being installed this week!
Our discount factory outlet & soap museum has officially reopened! We are still located at 616 Exchange Street in Middlebury, Vermont but with new hours of operation. We are now open Tuesday – Friday 10am to 4pm and Saturday from … Continued
National Organics Standards Board (NOSB) was created to keep the USDA in check when it came to organic farming and foods. On May 8, 2014, the USDA reduced the NOSB’s responsibilities, limited their participation, and reclassified the NOSB as purely … Continued
As if Walmart hasn’t done enough already, they’re invading the organic food market: When Walmart announced in April that it was introducing the Wild Oats brand of organic food products in 2,000 stores, some food-justice advocates grew excited. In U.S. … Continued
We come into contact with so many pesticides everyday, children usually more often than most. In the recent TIME magazine article “Why Organic Is the Right Choice for Parents”, TIME explores the benefits of choosing organic foods for yourself and … Continued