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Theo Chocolate: Coffee Salted Caramel

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Coffee + chocolate = happiness. $8.80

Since 2006, Theo Chocolates have been produced in Seattle at the only organic and Fair Trade chocolate factory in the U.S. It may be hard to wrap your head around that because they taste like gifts from from heaven above. Our favorite is the mindblowingly delicious Theo Coffee Salted Caramel, a collaboration with the expert coffee roasters at Caffe Vita. Each box comes with four pieces. ...read more

TCHO Dark Chocolate

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Obsessively good organic dark chocolate. $21.00

San Francisco's TCHO makes outrageously delicious dark chocolate from certified organic, fair trade ingredients. The company, which was co-founded by space shuttle technologist-turned -chocolate maker, creates a direct link between cacao farmers and chocolate lovers. ...read more

Mast Brothers Chocolate

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Artisan Collection $45.00

For Mother's Day. Because organic chocolate from our friends the Mast Brothers is divine....read more

Cowgirl Collection

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Three organic soft-aged cheeses, one mouth-watering affair. $65.00

This collection of Cowgirl Creamery deliciousness includes three award-winning soft-aged cheeses, all made with organic milk. Included are the bold, triple-cream, washed-rind Red Hawk (10oz); the smooth and elegant Mt Tam (8oz); and Cowgirl's latest creation, the seasonal, sweet-and-spicy pepper encrusted Devil's Gulch (8oz) their elegant triple-cream. Okay, now we're hungry....read more

Urban Moonshine Organic Bitters

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Quit yer bellyachin' with a dash of flavor. $34.99

We all overindulge once in a while, so we can all relate the not-so-pleasant feeling of an overstuffed stomach. Urban Moonshine has the issue sorted. The Burlington, Vermont-based company's line of Organic Bitters, made using "only organically grown or ethically wildcrafted herbs," are just we've been waiting for. Add a few drops to some sparkling water for a delicious digestif, or use them to......read more

Go Take a Hike Trail Mix

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Put some organic pep in your step with this raw trail mix from International Harvest. $8.99

Whether you're hiking on the trail, out for a long walk, or just in need of an afternoon pick-me-up at work, International Harvest has you covered. With a vegetarian blend of organic fruits and nuts, Go Take a Hike trail mix puts the raw, handcrafted spin on a classic snack. Ingredients: Hunza Goji berries, Hunza mulberries, Hunza golden raisins, cacao nibs, cashews, and pistachios....read more

Core Bamboo

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Handsome home essentials made from highly renewable bamboo $12.00

For great-looking, guilt-free homewares, look no further than Core Bamboo. The eco-minded housewares brand has bamboo design applications for every room in the house, from the kitchen to the bedroom to the bathroom. Our favorite? Core's kitchen bowls, which are as good as they get, with lively splashes of exterior color contrasted against warm wooden interiors. And the durable, lightweight bamboo......read more

Pure Meditation Chair

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Take the eco-conscious route to Zen $1,695.00

The Pure seating collection from ABC Home is designed to meet the highest environmental standards, with FSC-certified wood, organic upholstery and natural latex foam. From the collection comes the Pure Meditation Chair, a perfectly sustainable spot to reach meditative bliss. The chair is upholstered in 100% linen (other fabric swatches are available upon request), with a Goodwood frame, legs......read more

Sprout Skin Cream

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Brooklyn's sustainable skin care brand keeps it simple with its flagship moisturizer $32.00

The mainstream health and beauty industry would have you believe that it's unthinkable to use the same lotion on your face and your body. Nonsense, says Sprout, the sustainable skincare company from Brooklyn. With only three ingredients -- raw, wildcrafted shea butter, organic extra-virgin coconut oil, and organic extra-virgin olive oil -- Sprout's flagship moisturizer works on any part......read more

Maple Cube by Tonewood

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A Vermont company gives maple syrup a delicious makeover $17.00

Done right, harvesting maple sap is sustainable in eternity. The trees stay standing, producing sap generation after generation, without the "help" of agri-chemicals. And what goodness they produce! Raw, natural maple syrup is one of food's greatest pleasures. Now, Vermont's Tonewood has expanded maple's applications to include delectable sweeteners like wafers, cubes, creams and flakes. The 7oz......read more

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