Wednesday, 23 April 2014 14:14

VitaDepot.com Expands Sustainability Commitment through Carbonfree® Partnership

Written by  Linda

The Carbonfree® Business Partnership program makes it affordable for businesses of all sizes and on any budget to enhance sustainability by neutralizing estimated annual carbon emissions from business operations. 

Our newest Carbonfree® Business Partner, VitaDepot.com, recognized the benefits of the program and the parallel with its own mission to make healthy living available to anyone, on any budget. VitaDepot provides the finest organic and natural products, including all the top brands for vitamins, supplements, whole foods, sports nutrition and more, at the best price possible to its online customers. The company is dedicated to supporting customers in their efforts to live a healthier lifestyle by offering supplements that are organic and free of genetically modified organisms (GMO), pesticides, and other chemicals. 

“People want to eat healthier, feel better and live longer,” explains Jesse Tomalty, Co-Founder of VitaDepot.  “This not only includes supporting our customers in their efforts to live a healthier lifestyle, it also includes making the world a greener, more sustainable and clean place to live.”  

VitaDepot works to minimize its impact on the environment and to make the world a greener and more sustainable place to live. Besides partnering with the Carbonfund.org to mitigate its operational emissions, VitaDepot:

  • purchases shipping materials that are biodegradable and that have been made from recycled material;
  • recycles or reuses all bubble wrap, boxes, paper, packaging peanuts and other shipping material received from our product manufacturers; and
  • minimizes packaging materials by using boxes and shipping materials that are more properly sized to the items. 

Carbonfund.org welcomes VitaDepot to the Carbonfree® Business Partnership program and encourages other businesses and individuals to “reduce what you can, offset what you can’t™”.

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