The Largest and Most Comprehensive Directory
of Toxic Free Products on the Internet

I've been cataloging and recommending toxic free products since I wrote my first book on the subject in 1984. This is the only directory of toxic free products I know of that is exclusively websites that sell toxic free products, and that has such a broad range of products that we use everyday in our lives. Read more about Debra's List...

 

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Food | Groceries

Northwest Wild Foods

A small, family-owned company that is dedicated to offering the “rare and natural wild flavors” of the Pacific Northwest. Both raw foods and prepared into various food products. “Our wild berries are hand-gathered in the lush woodlands of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains where our intrepid pickers often find themselves competing with Black bear, cougar and other native animals for the sweet, juicy berries. Perhaps our favorite wild berry is tiny Wild Mountain Blackberry that our family has been collecting for more than three generations….” Supplies are limited by necessity.

 

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Azure Standard

A free-to-join food coop. “Azure reduces waste and saves you money by connecting directly with independent growers and food producers, shortening the cycle and handling of your food. You have access to organic farm-fresh veggies and dried bulk foods, grass-fed dairy and frozen meats, raw honey and non-GMO oils, packaged foods, nutritional supplements and beauty products. Your order is processed at our massive warehouse in Oregon, packed in recycled boxes with your name on it, and put on a truck that delivers straight to you…What started out as an organic farm over 40 years ago, has since grown into the largest independent natural and organic food distributor in the country. As a result of extraordinary growth and steadfast commitment, Azure now delivers more than 12,500 non-GMO and organic products direct to families, manufacturers and retailers across the nation, including Hawaii and Alaska. Customers love the many options for bulk and family-friendly sizes…We support a free and independent food supply chain where our customers can choose clean and quality foods they trust. And, we provide food producers with a strong base of ardent customers who appreciate them, will support them and help them thrive.”

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Cultures for Health

The best way for me to describe this website is “organic do-it-yourself heaven!” They sell natural unscented bases for bodycare products, plus anything you might want to put in them. Then they also sell all kinds of DIY for making foods like fermented foods, cheesemaking, brewing, sprouting, and more. Their message is You Can Do This yourself at home, and they provide everything from supplies to instructions to cheering you on. I love this site and can’t wait to use it to make things myself.

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Super Edibles

“Foods that have the best nutritional and aesthetic qualities:” nuts and seeds, dried fruits, herbs and spices, teas, cacao and coconut, powdered foods, and extracts and oils. “Superedibles sources the best quality foods from the most trustworthy suppliers we can find. We always choose quality over price. Our aim is to always provide products that are Raw, Organic and Kosher and have superior nutritional qualities. The products we provide are meant to facilitate your nutrition and wellness. We source the finest products for the best possible value. ”

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Wild Mountain Paleo Market

A full selection of organic foods chosen around Paleo guidelines. So if you’re on a Paleo diet, you can eat everything on this site. Includes baked goods and baking supplies, granola, chocolate, coconut products, condiments, crackers and chips, fermented foods, dips and spreads, herbs and spices, jerky and dried meat, nuts and seeds, ut butters, oils and fats, pasta and sauce, salad dressing, seafood, soup and stock sprouted foods, sweet snacks, sweeteners, supplements and much more. You’ll find many foods here that are not on your natural food store shelves, and ideas for what you can eat on a paleo diet. Read ingredients carefully as some items do contain natural sweeteners. Also Paleo body care.

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