Love Kale? Hate it? Kale has incredible health benefits for you, BUT it can
be hard to find the right recipe that is truly tasty and enjoyable. Read on
to see how we use Dignity Coconut Oil and spices to reignite a love for
kale again. Crispy, savory, cheesy kale chips ...sound good??
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!
Hear Dignity's backstory on the Ritzfit podcast, No Diet Podcast: Eat What
You Love Again! We shared why we got started and why we detoured from the
process used by all the other coconut oils on the shelf!
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
Summer is almost over, but there is plenty of time to make an easy and fun
summer treat! Before back-to-school, treat your family to some ice cream
topped with a crackly, crispy FUN chocolate topping. It’s so easy!
Our survey is complete! We finished our baseline survey for two villages in
Bicol (pop. 3,108 and 2,411) and now have hundreds of stats that give us
insight into the needs of the community. Here are a few that stood out to
94% experience food shortages for at least 1 month/year
49% for 3 months or more
31% of children have had diarrhea in last 2 weeks
"Doing good" has become a business strategy.
Buy Tom's shoes and they will give a pair of shoes to someone in need. Buy
bottled water, gum, mints or coffee from Project 7, and much of the profits
help meet seven areas of fundamental needs around the globe.
See how we are doing good...
On July 14 an estimated 800 people gathered on the property of Dignity
Products and Services in Bicol, Philippines to celebrate the dedication of
our first Community Transformation Plant. We wish you could have been
there! As guests arrived they were greeted by music, singers and dancers in
traditional dress from the local High School in the next village - fifty of
them! The atmosphere was filled with praise from the start.