Development Crossing

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability

Sofia Ribeiro's Blog (7)

Holy Cow! New Spring 2010 Kids Clothing Line Available

ZOLD is proud to announce the release of Holy Cow's Spring 2010 Kids healthy clothing line in Canada. The Holy Cow Spring kids line features animal characters such as “Jerry the Giraffe” and “Amy the Elephant” both rich in color and pesticide free.

The Holy Cow Spring 2010 Kids collection will appear in stores starting April 2010. Each piece features its own unique 9-digit… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on November 18, 2009 at 4:43pm — No Comments

ZOLD To Offer Canadian Eco-Fashion Designer Labels

Eco-savvy buyers can now choose from footwear, tops, jackets, dresses and intimate apparel. Showcasing leading designers in the industry, ZOLD is a single-source solution for eco-fashion products in Canada.

ZOLD represents twelve of the eco industry’s finest apparel and fashion manufacturers. Some of these brands include prominent designers such as ecoSkin, Indigenous Designs, PI Organics, B-Green and Our Love Yoga apparel, as well as PO-ZU’s and Autonomie Project’s lines of… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on November 3, 2009 at 1:05pm — No Comments

Famous Eco-Beauty Product Lines Now Available In Canada

Canadian women no longer need to rely on chemical-heavy products for their beauty needs. ZOLD proudly presents Green Energy Organics, a company dedicated to unravel the secrets of smooth hair and younger-looking skin through eco-friendly, sustainable products.

The Green Energy Organics hair and skin care lines only contain pure, natural organic elements. Every ingredient is screened to ensure it offers no health or environmental… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on October 27, 2009 at 11:37am — No Comments

ZOLD Introduces Canada’s First Eco-Beauty Recycling Program

ZOLD Eco-Sales Agency is proud to introduce the first Eco-Beauty Recycling program in Canada. In partnership with the company’s manufacturers, ZOLD will work with resellers and consumers to recycle every container and package that the company produces, reducing the amount of bottles and containers being sent to Canadian landfills every year.

This is the first time a Canadian company engages its whole supply chain to recycling its own products. ZOLD will provide both the recycle… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on October 22, 2009 at 12:33pm — No Comments

ZOLD Introduces Canada’s First 100% Vegan Baby Bubble Bath

Calgary, AB, Canada (October 15, 2009) - Canadian babies no longer have to bathe in chemical-heavy infant products. Introduced in Canada by ZOLD Eco-Sales Agency, Nature’s Baby Organics Bubble Bath is making its debut as one of the top sustainable lifestyle products for babies and toddlers in North America.

Infant skin is ultra-sensitive, as is a baby’s sense of smell. Since their early days, newborns begin to… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on October 16, 2009 at 7:36pm — No Comments

Iddy Biddy Steps for a Greener World

“Imagine a world where we have taught environmental sustainability as a fundamental concept to our children – just as we teach shapes, colors, letters and the importance of saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you.’” - Debbie Smith, creator of the Idbids characters

Calgary, AB, Canada (October 6, 2009) - ZOLD is proud to introduce Idbids to Canada, one of North America’s… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on October 6, 2009 at 11:07am — No Comments

Canadian Green Consumers Turn to ZOLD

What's the difference between this organic brand and that one? When something is "100% natural," what does that actually mean? How did this product get here, where did the materials come from, and who made it? Is what I buy safe for my home, my family, and my children?

Canadians are greener than ever and that’s creating questions about purchases and product content.

No problem! ZOLD Eco-Sales Agency, which represents over 40 trusted manufacturers with safe, quality… Continue

Added by Sofia Ribeiro on October 1, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments

© 2020   Created by Development Crossing.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service