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REDBUDSUDS joins 1% for the Planet

REDBUDSUDS joins 1% for the Planet

Remember getting an allowance as a kid? My parents gave my sister and I each the generous sum of one dime for every year of our age. So at age six, I got a whopping 60 cents a week. They taught us that no matter your income, you do three things: share, save, and then spend. As a six-year-old, that meant 20 cents to a good cause, 20 cents in the piggy bank, and 20 cents for ice-cream (obviously). Generous, right? As a self-employed adult, life is no longer quite that simple. There are bills to pay and a business start-up to...well, start-up! Although I'm inspired by the generosity instilled in me in...

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Find us at the nation's longest-running sustainable living festival!

Good food, great gardening tips, and houses made of straw... that's what I remember from ten years ago when I first attended the Energy Fair back in college. I'm thrilled to be returning as an exhibitor this year, adding Redbud Suds to the growing number of high-quality, thoughtfully crafted products that make sustainable living easy, attractive, and fun. If you're attending the event, stop by booth A1! We've got a great selection of our limited edition soaps, as well as a preview of what's just on the horizon. Hope to see you there!

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REDBUD SUDS GOES HOG HAPPY!

REDBUD SUDS GOES HOG HAPPY!

We believe in the power of knowing our source. Early this spring, I had the pleasure of visiting Homestead Springs and chatting with Jane Myers, the our local lard producer. Jane and her husband Damon run an amazing farm in Ashland, Ohio. They’ve got everything from hogs to cows to freshwater trout and salmon! We love how thoughtfully Damon and Jane approach agriculture. They’re the friendliest farmers I know, and we’re so proud to use their Berkshire lard in our soap. Lard in soap? You may be wondering why. Sorry, it doesn’t make soap smell like bacon. At RedbudSuds, we include locally...

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