Climate Change and Organic Baby Products
When I founded Nature’s Child 20 yrs ago, the science was already clear. Business needs to operate in a way that regenerated our environment and society. These are the values that Nature’s Child was built upon back in 2000. Importantly with organic farming, fair trade and conservation through commerce.
At first our goals were to be biodegradable because at that time, this was our level of environmental awards. We still allowed some disposable items like nappy bags and nappy liners in our range then. By 2010, the Waste Issue was the new crisis so we had to adapt.
That has all changed as climate science has become clearer and we stopped making disposable baby products altogether.
Why Zero Waste?
ZERO WASTE is the only option for our kids future. We have removed all disposable baby products from our range.
In 2019, we discarded our final disposable product and became a completely reusable baby brand. The result is a baby range with every item you need in the first weeks ,months and year for caring for you and your baby. Breast Pads, Nappies, Nappy Wipes, Face Wipes, Basic Skincare.
The problem with a lot of zero waste we see in shops now is that they are not organic so there is still waste from chemical use but this is hidden behind the products. We have to see beyond packaging and into the ingredients and behind that, we have to see the farming” says Jannine Barron, creator of Nature’s Child.
Our Unique Proposition
Nature’s Child proudly offers a very unique proposition to your customers, the climate concerned parents
✶ Certified Organic ✶Quality ✶Reusable ✶Zero Waste
✶ We don’t know many baby companies ticking all these boxes and we are offering this full range to your store – do you?
5 disposable Products You can Replace Now
If you need some inspiration to change, this is a short post that is full of inspiration that we wrote last year. Pop on over to find out about 5 Products You can replace easily
Have a read of this brilliant article which explains how humanity and nature are not different. I reckon it sums things up pretty well and certainly supports the thinking of the creators and shakers behind the Nature’s Child Story.