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!
Vermont Soap Founder and CEO Larry Plesent fills us in on what’s been happening for the past month as he works to rebuild our factory.
The organization Just Shea is a social business created to increase the leverage, income and safety of women in Ghana. Just Shea buys the nuts from the women who collect them, and sells them to other local women for processing. … Continued
This Is Sandy Lincoln. She Keeps Her Bakery Clean with Nontoxic Cleaning Products from Vermont Soap. You Can Do The Same At Home!
Truth about GMOs explained in new educational cartoon for the whole family. Have fun! From InfomaticFilms.com and sponsored by NaturalNews.com, this new animated cartoon covers all the basics on why GMOs are dangerous.
This short video shows the 30 day process that we use to make our organic bar soaps. It takes organic food grade ingredients, world class base formulas, and tricks of the soapmaking trade garnered from 20+ years of soapmaking experience … Continued
Cool video showing some of our unique process for making liquid castile soap. High quality raw materials and this special process results in what we believe is the best liquid castile soap available today.
Vermont Soap switches to corrugated cardboard packing material to replace bubble wrap. We’ve had it with bubble wrap! Vermont Soap was spending over $2,000/yr on single use, petroluem based bubble wrap and it was driving us crazy! One day we … Continued