Health

It’s only natural that many products that aim to improve people’s health are made by companies that keep the health of their workers, communities and the planet in mind. As the global awareness of the impact of toxins in our bodies as well as in nature, the growth in the market for healthy foods and clean-lifestyle products continues to skyrocket.

Within a business, promoting the health of employees has become a major initiative to successfully recruit and retain talent. Encouraging mindfulness practices, such as meditation, providing healthy, organic food choices, and supporting employees’ exercise regimen are a few simple ways companies can create healthier workplaces for their employees. Several studies have documented the positive impact a healthier workforce has on the bottom line and employee retention rates.

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At home, clean-lifestyle product options are in ample supply. From natural cleaning products to body care products, conscientious businesses are putting out high-quality selections. Natural cleaning products company Seventh Generation’s Ashley Orgain shares a few examples from this rapidly growing field. The choices of what to buy can support the health of the planet and communities around the world in big ways. Learn more about ethical clothing and sustainable product choices by downloading and reading our free report.

As the famous saying goes, “We are what we eat.” Today, we can not only choose the healthiest foods to support our well-being, but we can source these foods from conscientious companies that keep the health of the planet and people in mind as well. For example, while getting out and hiking for exercise, Ben and Jerry’s Rob Michalak finds the best hiking snacks from companies doing business responsibly. On a similar vein, when it’s time to relax, New Belgium’s Katie Wallace recommends drinks that come from sustainable wineries and breweries. These companies and others make it easy, fun and delicious to make values-aligned purchases.

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