Bhoomi Ginger Recovery+ Cane Water Elixir
Bhoomi (“Mother Earth” in Sanskrit) is the first certified low-glycemic cane water company in the U.S. making Ayurveda inspired super-botanical elixirs. Partnering with minority sugarcane farmers in Louisiana, Bhoomi works to address equitable economies, focus on regenerative practices and compost its sugarcane waste. Through a packaging study with the Climate Collaborative, Bhoomi identified the substantial impact of moving away from a fossil fuel-based plastic. This inspired the brand’s commitment to launch a new, recyclable, 100% sugarcane-based biopolymer bottle.
Caulipower Riced Cauliflower Cups
Single-serving frozen food packaging is, for the most part, an environmental disaster, and the boom in frozen food sales during the pandemic has made it clear the industry needs to make a change—soon. Enter Caulipower’s first-of-its-kind reusable, recyclable, microwaveable cup that houses three plant-based frozen cauliflower rice SKUs that boast unique flavor profiles. The packaging is also dishwasher safe and exceptionally easy to use: simply pop it in the microwave for a few minutes and dig in. Caulipower is a B Corp, offers certified keto-friendly products and is certified Non-GMO.
Eco Lips 100% Plastic Free Plant Pod Hemp Lip Balm
The tube, or “Plant Pod,” that was created for Eco Lips’ Hemp Lip Balm is made using food harvest waste that otherwise would have been burned, and the label is also 100% plastic free. Eco Lips plans to transition all its 0.15 oz tubes across its product line into this same sustainable packaging, which is indistinguishable from the packaging most lip balms on store shelves come in (yay, no consumer learning curve!). Eco Lips is both certified organic and a B Corp; its products are free from BPA, phthalates and heavy metals.