Dr. Bronner’s $1 Million Pledge and Unity Support of the Psilocybin Therapy and Drug Addiction Treatment & Recovery Acts in Oregon; and Decriminalize Nature Campaigns Around the Country.
Dr. Bronner’s helped set up its sister company Serendipol in Sri Lanka in 2007—and it has since become the world’s foremost supplier of fair trade and organic coconut oil. Serendipol works with more than 1,200 farmers farming 21,000 acres, employs over 250 workers and professional staff at its factory in Kuliyapitiya, and processes up to 30 million coconuts a year. But these numbers don’t tell the whole story.Continue Reading
Our All-One! Australia initiative came about to bring Dr. Bronner’s Cosmic Principle, “Fund and Fight for What’s Right,” alive, down under. We focus on providing meaningful financial support to causes, organizations, and people making positive change in their community and to protect the environment. We want to help fund passionate, effective, change-making efforts.Continue Reading
Working together with Rodale Institute, Patagonia, and several other non-profits, businesses and activists, we have developed a standard for Regenerative Organic Certification that farmers and producers can now use to certify their products as regenerative organic...The Regenerative Organic Certification standards as developed include these three pillars: Soil Health and Land Management, Animal Welfare, and Farmer and Worker Fairness.Continue Reading
Dr. Emanuel Bronner was a third-generation master soapmaker born into a German-Jewish soapmaking family that had been making soap since 1858. By the turn of the century the family enterprise had expanded to three factories... With the rise of the counterculture, people increasingly rejected mainstream faceless polluting corporate America, and embraced our grandfather’s soap for its simplicity, versatility and biodegradability, and grooved on the message of peace and love.Continue Reading