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If you like “bulletproof” type coffee, but don’t like all the bags and jars of different ingredients, ButterBuzz is perfect for you. “Each BuzzPod is packed full of ingredients that are proven to have a variety of health benefits including boosting metabolism, aiding in weight loss and management, improving cognitive brain function, and supporting your hormonal system.” Each pod contains grass fed butter, raw unfiltered honey, raw vanilla powder, raw cacao butter, ground Ceylon cinnamon, cocoa butter—all organic—and hydrolyzed marine collagen.


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Nerfertem Naturals

Soaps and body butters made by hand with organic vegetable oils and triple-purified beef tallow from grass-fed pasture-raised cows care for on a small family farm. Pure herbal colorants: turmeric root, annatto seed, French green clay, and others. 100% pure, therapeutic-grade, organic essential oils. I tried this soap and love it. It’s very clean on my skin and the scents are very pure. The mint soap really wakes me up in the morning!


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Banner Butter

This small-batch butter is made with “patiently-cultured cream from hormone-free, grass-fed cows with no added flavoring. We go big, but only in taste. Everything else is small, simple and slow.” Salted with sea salt, lightly salted, unsalted, or flavored with combinations like balsamic fig with caramelized onion.


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Wholesome Linen

line of sleep essentials for infants and toddlers made from organic linen fabrics and raw flax fibers. Selection includes a toddler car seat liner. “Our products are soft, hypo-allergenic, machine washable and long lasting. We make them with100% organic raw flax fibers, without adding any dyes or bleaches. We source our flax from certified organic farms in Europe where it has been grown the same way for generations. We turn it into high quality essential sleep products that we deliver to you from Denver, Colorado.”


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Modify Furniture

Simple, modern, and colorful, this furniture is designed to change as your needs change. You pick your frame style and color then front and back panel colors, and accessories, At any time you can change your colored panels for new colors! Made from rapidly renewable bamboo, recycled content aluminum, organic powder coating and low VOC finishes.


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Peg and Awl

“Useful objects for the home” made from reclaimed wood, leather, and natural fiber fabrics. “To make our wares, we gather materials from flea markets and old shoppes, abandoned houses and torn-down buildings, construction sites, yard sales, and dirty basements. Most of what we use—leather from baseball gloves and drawing-room chairs, and WWII gun slings, pages from outdated medical texts and antique seed catalogs, misplaced photographs of people long dead, fabric from bedding, aprons, window covering—is more than a century old. Every item bears marks of a not-fully-known and not-quite-finished past” While they do not add any toxic materials when making their wares, note that some of their materials may have origins unknown, so proceed with caution and ask questions.


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Lazy Dog Designs

Two big, useful bags made from 55% hemp/45% organic cotton. The Farmer’s Market bag has a wide strap that goes across the body or over the shoulder for hands-free shopping, and lots of pockets suitable for shopping. The Everyday Business Bag is similar, with pockets for water bottle, and another pocket for sunglasses or cell phone.


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Fair Isle

Mostly farm-to-table pantry items (plus botanical skin care and wellness products, all jumbled on one page). “All made by hand 30 miles out sea on the island of Nantucket. Together with my love and Iley’s papa, Jacob, we grow and wild-harvest many of the ingredients used in our culinary provisions, teas and herbs as well as our Vital healing botanical apothecary. If we can’t grow or find something locally we then source from organic sustainable suppliers. Products are made in small batches, often to order, and are packaged in recycled glass jars and bottles with environmentally friendly labels printed in the US.” I’m thinking the selection will change based on available ingredients, so just take a look and see what’s seasonal.


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