This is the product that started it all for us: Soap Berries Organic Laundry Detergent
Organic Liquid Detergent
USDA Certified Organic Liquid Laundry Detergent. All the cleaning power with added convenience.
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Founded in 2010, Greener Living Products Ltd was built on the premise of
smarter, greener living.
We discovered our core product, soap berries, through cloth diapering. Conventional detergents were not eliminating the odor and soap berries solved the issue.
As a side benefit, eczema that had stretched across my torso for years cleared up shortly after switching to soap berries for our laundry.
Soap berries are the fruit of the sapindus mukorossi tree, which grows in tropical countries like India & Nepal. The pit is removed, and the shell has been used for centuries for all types of cleaning.
When we saw the results of the soap berries in our laundry, we knew right away that the rest of the world needed to experience this wonderful product for themselves.
In January of 2011, we appeared on CBC's Dragons' Den & struck a deal with Brett Wilson. Over the past 8 years we have sold the soap berries both wholesale & retail across Canada.
With a liquid concentrate of the soap berries, we have produced a liquid laundry detergent, as well as an all purpose cleaner.
Our vision is to produce a complete line of certified organic cleaning & personal hygiene products with the soap berries as the base ingredient.
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