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[The Market] Gifts of the earth

If you’re looking for healthy food supplements and warm drinks, look no further than Kayumanggi Organics, from the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm. Produced in the Philippines the responsible way, it promotes healthy and delicious yet affordable living with its flagship coconut sugar, as well as other coconut, cacao, and ginger products. Continue reading

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[The Market] First Aid in a (natural) bottle

Uncle Frank’s Coco Honey is promising to be the new and effective solution to nutrition problems. It contains all the essential amino acids our bodies need, plus more, and is good enough to eat on its own. Take it on an empty stomach and realize the full benefits in minutes, and take it or apply it at the first sign of illness or discomfort and watch your body’s natural healing system spring into action! Continue reading

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Nature, M.D.

The human body has – and even is – its own natural healing system, something that Western medicine takes for granted. This is ultimately rooted in amino acids, of which we need 20 different kinds to stay healthy. Amino acids are best found in food. Stay healthy therefore by eating a balanced diet and eating rightly! Continue reading

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[The Market] The toothbrush that saves your teeth, the environment, and the less empowered

It may cost a little bit more, but you’re doing it for the environment and for the poor. Minka’s Toothbrush Movement is made from bamboo – a water-resistant, naturally anti-microbial material – that provides environmental sustainability. Plus, they support a Habitat for Humanity program aiming to provide sanitary supplies and training in communities that don’t have such yet. Continue reading

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Product Feature: Habi Footwear Classic

Habi Footwear promotes responsible living through fashion that is both socially- and environmentally-aware – as well as proudly Pinoy-made. Scrap cloth is upcycled into simple but attractive designs by women from several communities in Quezon City, Philippines, thereby reducing solid waste as well as empowering the less empowered. Continue reading