We know you value cooking with clean ingredients. That's why it's essential to peel back the layers and examine the reality of what we consume. Recent discoveries found "seed oils" to be the most chemically modified foods in our diets, yet they are labeled as "healthy" -- Join us as we unmask the truth about these oils and rethink our choices.
For National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, we're sharing 5 simple actions you can take RIGHT NOW, from wherever you're sitting, that will make a BIG IMPACT in preventing human trafficking and supporting survivors.
This January, for National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we want to share the realities of trafficking and how you can fight trafficking in your day-to-day life. Join us this month for our new series, Myth Busting Monday: The Truth about Trafficking.
Our virgin coconut oil is “RAW” - never cooked or processed. This means it retains every bit of healthy goodness with a superior taste. You get the most pure and delicious virgin coconut oil a jar can hold.
Most coconut companies contract only with big plantations in order to reduce costs. This leaves owners of small farms at the mercy of middlemen who consolidate these smaller harvests while taking a large cut for themselves.
Modern-day slavery is a 43 billion dollar industry and growing, with millions of women and children being treated like property. One-third of the world lives on less than $2/day, driving them to despair, desperation and hopelessness. The heavy weight of these chains of poverty and slavery are too much to bear.
Large-scale businesses have taken their toll on the environment - clearing forests, depleting precious natural resources, clogging up the air and in the end, polluting our water and soil and producing more waste than our landfills can handle.
At Dignity, we value the earth and believe it’s our responsibility to be
her care takers. We are using a sustainable resource (coconuts!) and
organic farming methods to restore people and the Planet! Read on to learn
how Dignity is implementing positive change.
Every time we make a purchase, we are sending a message and making a
choice. Even the simplest purchase is a vote. What you, the consumer,
purchase drives companies to produce more. You vote with your dollars for
what you want to see on the shelf. You have power!
The term "organic" gets tossed around quite a bit*. Perhaps you try to buy
USDA Organic because you know it will be healthier and free of pesticides.
Most likely you trust the USDA Organic symbol on your products. That's
GREAT! But what does Organic mean for Dignity Coconut Oil? It means a lot