BURLINGTON, VT, May 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Seventh Generation, a leading household and personal care company, today launched a new promotion in partnership with Whole Foods Market and Baby Buggy® that will help make every diaper change a “change for good”.
More than 3,000 Businesses Unite in the Belief that Meaningful Reform Can Spur Economic Growth While Protecting Families
BURLINGTON, VT, March 19 2015 /3BL Media / – Seventh Generation, the nation’s leading brand of non-toxic and renewable bio-based household, baby and personal care solutions, calls on Congress to strengthen the country’s outdated chemical policy.
As a company with the next seven generations in our view, we care deeply about climate change, one of the greatest challenges facing our time. Our greenhouse gas emissions per metric ton of product decreased 11 percent from 2012 – 2013 although our absolute emissions increased 4.5 percent. We will review our GHG emission reduction approach to ensure that we are driving the needed change.
Our decrease in GHG emissions intensity is due to the combined effect of these initiatives:
Investment Firm to Provide $30 Million in Capital for the Company's Future Growth
BURLINGTON, VT, September 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ – September 17, 2014 – Today, Seventh Generation, the nation’s leading brand of non-toxic and renewable bio-based household, baby and personal care solutions, announces the addition of a new investor, Generation Investment Management.
Here at Seventh Generation, we’ve made consistent improvements on our diapers over the years, but we know that our goal of a zero-waste disposable requires a revolutionary change. We need to think big – not just about our company, but our whole industry.
BURLINGTON, VT, August 05, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Seventh Generation, the nation’s number one brand of renewable, bio-based consumer products, has unveiled its 2013 Corporate Consciousness Report. The company’s latest sustainability performance review examines the progress it’s made on its objectives to Nurture Nature, Enhance Health, Transform Commerce, and Build Community as it works toward the ambitious end-of-decade goals set forth in its 2020 Roadmap.
You may have noticed that organic food and products have expanded from specialty stores into the aisles of mass-market retailers and supermarkets. And you may have noticed that some of these products have moved out of special sections within those mass stores onto shelves next to mainstream products, directly competing for consumer dollars.