• Danny Sheppard

Our Favorite Eco-Products in 2022

Sustainable products are our thing, so we’ve obviously got a whole bunch of favorites.


There is nothing better than partnering with our clients to grow their brand with eco-friendly products that people are stoked to use. There are so many awesome products that we work with, but we wanted to highlight a few of our favorites to give you a sense of the possibilities when partnering with better.


1) Totally Bamboo Cutting Board

Bamboo > everything. Well, maybe not everything, but it does top most materials when it comes to sustainability. Bamboo has become a popular alternative to plastics, wood and rubber, and for good reason. Bamboo, unlike many of its competitor materials, is a natural and renewable resource, regrowing from its own root system after being harvested. This not only means that it doesn’t have to be continuously planted, but also that the soil it grows in can remain undisturbed. Bamboo can also be composted when you are done with it, returning to the Earth.


Cutting boards are an excellent example of a sustainable swap. Bamboo cutting boards are extremely durable (in fact, stronger than steel!), and are free from the environmental destruction from wood and plastic. If cutting boards aren’t a good fit for your brand, don’t fear. Bamboo cutlery, kitchen items, toothbrushes and tumblers are all part of the non-exhaustive list of options to choose from.


Interested in seeing more? Take a look at our shop for all the customizable options we've got.


2) Miir Water Bottle

There are a lot of water bottles out there. But, there are not a lot of water bottles that are stylish, perfectly insulated, AND making the world a better place. That’s why we are a bit obsessed with Miir.


As a social enterprise, Miir has given over 3 million dollars in grant funding to 95 non-profits over the years. Their latest partnership is with Ecotrust, an organization working from Alaska to Canada to increase regional resilience to climate threats by centering frontline communities, implementing ecologically and culturally restorative stewardship practices, and building wealth within historically marginalized and oppressed communities.


Check out our shop with all the items you can put your logo on.


3) Cotopaxi fanny

Did fanny packs ever go out of style? While we are promotional product experts and not fashion experts, we think no. Cotopaxi’s Bataan Hip Pack is colorful, durable, practical AND carbon neutral certified. It doesn’t get better than this.


As another fellow B Corp, Cotopaxi is working to reshape business, and its goals extend beyond eco-friendly materials. As an organization founded with intentions to fight extreme poverty, a portion of their proceeds goes towards non-profits fighting every day to improve the human condition. Their funds contribute to addressing the world’s largest humanitarian crises, providing access to schooling, battling malaria, and more.


So, yeah, you can feel pretty good about rocking your company brand on this bag.


Take a look at the bag and other options here!



4) 100% Recycled Tote Bag

It takes anywhere from 15 to 1,000 years for plastic bags to break down, and in the meantime many of those bags end up in our waterways, killing wildlife and wrecking havoc on our ecosystems. Not to mention, the oil and energy used to produce plastic bags in the first place takes a large toll on the environment.


Many people are making the switch to reusable bags, whether it's because they want to protect the natural environment, their city charges a fee, or they have found that reusable bags are just more convenient. Regardless, the movement is underway.


Because we like to go the extra mile, we provide our partners the option to choose reusable bags that are made from 100% recycled materials and fold up nicely to be easily taken with you wherever you go. Sustainable, functional, and fun.




Curious about how you can use eco-products to grow your brand and tell your story? Let us help. We are experts in designing products that fit your exact needs. Let’s build a better. world together.



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