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Green Apple Supply is a eco-friendly product. All of their products are recycled when possible. Ususally when something is eco-friendly it is also expensive. That is not the case with Green Apple Supply. I was able to review 4 different products. I received; a bowl, calculator, shampoo, drawing paper. I was able to find something that would appeal to a few family members.
The bowl is made out of a real vinyl record. This particular one is Bob Dylan Slow Train Coming. Sometimes a record becomes damaged with scratches. The bowl is for decoration only and not made to be eaten out of. My music loving dad would love it.
The calculator is very well made and it’s a scientific calculator. It was perfect for my daughter that is in college. Product made of 59% post-industrial recycled material.
The shampoo bar is amazing. It’s perfect for my mother in law that has problems with traditional shampoo because the bottle gets too slippery. Traditional shampoo is full of ingredients I can’t always pronounce. The shampoo bar only has these ingredients; Olive Oil, Coconut Oil Castor Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Pure Spring Water.
The last product I reviewed was the Faber-Castell Recycled Newsprint Art Paper Roll. The paper roll is 18 inches X 75 feet and made from 50% post-consumer recycled paper. My step daughter loves to draw and this has been keeping her busy for hours.
All of these products are reasonably priced. Here are the prices:
Shampoo Bar: $7.00
Paper Roll: $4.25
The company has items in the following categories: Art Supplies, At Home, Gifts, School & Office Supplies and Toys & Games.
The Green Apply Supply company started out as a small pilot program offering eco-friendly school supply packages to the parents and teachers at the founders children’s’ school. The founder, Stephanie Tobor, is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Born and raised in Texas, Stephanie worked diligently to maximize charitable donations by founding DonationDoubler.org, a database of matching donation opportunities for consumers. Upon moving to Colorado, she developed the concept of Compassionate Capitalism and founded Green Apple Supply. Stephanie also serves as an Executive Advisor to Plastic Pollution Coalition and works closely with the Sylvia Earle Alliance and Mission Blue.
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