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Your New Back to School (Virtual or Not) Supply List

By Rebel Green / August 26, 2020

It’s hard to believe that Summer is winding down and school is starting up again. Many schools are completely online while some are doing a hybrid lesson plan with online and in-person classes and others are sending kids back into the classroom full time. We put together a short list of items you’ll want to…

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Tales From The Aisle: Ingredient Confusion

By Rebel Green / July 21, 2020

Let’s talk about Sulfates! Ingredient confusion: It’s real. Do you ever find yourself standing in the cleaning aisle far too long confused by all the ingredients we think we should be avoiding?  Don’t worry we’ve done the homework and heavy lifting for you.  At Rebel Green, that’s all we do!   Today, we’re talking about…

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Blurred lines- How to navigate working from home

By Rebel Green / June 22, 2020

Doorbells ringing, dogs barking, kids needing you for homework help and you’ve got back to back Zoom meetings! We can all relate. But fear not, you can still be successful while working from home by learning some tips and tricks to help you navigate these and other new distractions. There are great ways to make…

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Hand Sanitizer When You Don’t Have Soap and Water

By Rebel Green / May 20, 2020

As we work hard to flatten the curve, and with businesses starting to open up again, everyone agrees, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), that if you want to avoid the transmission of disease — including COVID-19, caused by the Novel Coronavirus — the best way to do that is to social distance…

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Skin Sensitivities Acting Up? Try Greening Your Laundry Routine

By Rebel Green / May 15, 2020

If you find yourself suddenly itchy after putting on freshly laundered clothing, you might want to check the label of your favorite laundry detergent. It may not be as clean as you think.  We all rely on it to get our whites brighter and keep our colors vibrant. It just takes one stubborn stain to…

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The Safe Way to Tackle Laundry Now

By Rebel Green / May 11, 2020

What to know about doing your laundry during the time of Covid 19 We all know how important it is to frequently wash our hands with soap and water (or use hand sanitizer) and we’re cleaning the house around the clock to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. We’re more stressed than ever about keeping everything…

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Graze: Spring 2020 – Spring Cleaning With Rebel Green

By Rebel Green / April 23, 2020

IT’S A DIRTY LITTLE SECRET THAT MOST OF US WOULD RATHERNOT THINK ABOUT. “THE GROSSEST STUFF IS ON YOURFRUITS AND VEGETABLES. THERE ARE LITTLE MITES, THERE’STINY WORMS, THERE’S DIRT, THERE’S PESTICIDES, INSECTICIDESAND FUNGICIDES AND HAND OILS. UP TO 20 OR 30 PEOPLETOUCH YOUR FOOD BEFORE YOU EAT IT.” This was the spark that led Mequon’s…

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Meet the Winners of the 2020 NCG Climate Collaborative Awards

By Rebel Green / April 23, 2020

Saint Paul, MN — The natural products industry has long featured companies at the forefront of social and environmental sustainability. Seven bold businesses have been honored in the 2020 National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards for their innovative efforts to reduce their climate impact. The annual awards are a partnership with National Co+op Grocers and the…

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Meet Your New Household Hero: The Fruit and Veggie Clean

By Rebel Green / April 23, 2020

Our household cleaning habits have changed forever thanks to COVID-19. Now more than ever, we are looking for ways to make our everyday lives safer for ourselves and for our families. Weighing heavily on our minds these days is how to protect ourselves while at the grocery store; and what to do once you get…

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2020 Rebel Green’s Goals Part 1

By Rebel Green / March 3, 2020

Spring is a time for rebirth, reflection, reawakening and regrowth.    As we transition gracefully from one season to another encouraged by warm and sunny weather and longer days,  It’s a good time to make Spring Resolutions, says Tim Bono, lecturer in scientific and brain sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. “Maybe we need to…

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