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Though P&G remains the world’s largest consumer-products company, its wares don’t have the same maverick appeal as newer brands. Unilever, P&G’s top competitor, raised the stakes last month when it agreed to acquire Seventh Generation, a Vermont-based company that makes sustainable cleaning products.
Seventh Generation, Inc. … The company was dubbed Seventh Generation, Inc. The name, suggested by one of Newman’s Native American employees, came from the Great Law of Peace of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy: “In our every deliberation we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.”
Based in Vermont, Seventh Generation is a pioneer in corporate responsibility and sustainable product innovations, including plant-based detergents and household cleaners. … This addition to Unilever’s product portfolio will help us meet rising demand for high-quality products with a purpose.”
We manufacture our products at co-packers who use our unique formulas, and meet our stringent quality control specifications. These facilities are primarily located in North America to minimize our carbon footprint caused by transportation. Some of our products are made in Canada, Mexico and in Europe.
Unilever to pay roughly $700 million for Seventh Generation, a source said.
Seventh Generation rigorously tests all of its products for safety, including those that contain SLS. … Our 1,4 dioxane free, plant-derived SLS has an excellent environmental profile as its renewable carbon index is 100% It’s also biodegradable, and does not bioaccumulate in water or land.
Seventh Generation is a privately-held company based in Burlington, VT that sells “green” products such as laundry detergent and deodorant.
In 1988, Jeffrey Hollender co-founded Seventh Generation, a Burlington, Vermont-based manufacturer of eco-friendly household products. He stepped down as CEO of the $150 million company in 2009 but remained on the board of directors and became the company’s so-called chief inspired protagonist.
Products from brands like Seventh Generation, Method, Mrs. Meyers, Honest Company & Green Works all contain toxic chemicals like allergens, skin and respiratory irritants.
The Seventh Generation Principle is based on an ancient Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)* philosophy that the decisions we make today should result in a sustainable world seven generations into the future.
Unilever announced today that it has signed an agreement to acquire Seventh Generation, Inc., the North American home and beauty & personal care products company.
Seventh Generation’s line of eco-conscious products includes baby diapers and wipes. Unilever has signed an agreement to acquire Seventh Generation, Inc., the North American home and personal care products company.
For more than 25 years we’ve been formulating plant-based products that are safe and that work. Really well. Based in Vermont, we’re proud to be a B Corporation.
International distribution of Seventh Generation products is handled exclusively through Unilever in select countries (below) at this time. If we currently do not have any distribution in your area, please reach out to your local Unilever office to express your interest in our brand.
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RACINE, Wis., Sept 14, 2017 — SC Johnson today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Method and Ecover, two highly regarded consumer brands from People Against Dirty, a leading company that offers home care, hand and body, and laundry products sold in North America, Europe and a number of other …
The Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples is an Indigenous-led non-profit organization with a purpose dedicated to Indigenous Peoples’ self-determination and the sovereignty of Native nations.
Seventh Generation products have tended to be among the more expensive options in their category. … And that would be a boon to consumers if not for the fact that Seventh Generation products don’t always deliver top performance in our tests.
Seventh Generation uses sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) as the surfactant in our cleaning products. Two differentiating factors are that this surfactant is 100% biobased and that it has non-detectable levels of 1,4 dioxane (a known chemical of concern).
Seventh Generation is all about fighting against toxins and making household and lifestyle products that are healthy for our family and pets. … As this product can be used anywhere, it’s great for everyday cleaning of surfaces your pet interacts with daily.
The ingredients in the Fabric Softener are safe for use on baby’s clothes. We make a Free & Clear Fabric Softener that does not have essential oils added for scent.
Seventh Generation, Inc. A leading brand of natural household and personal care products, including cleaners, paper, baby and feminine care products sold in a variety of retail channels primarily in the US and Canada and on the internet and at military commissaries worldwide.
with Seventh Generation We began humbly in 1988, when Niche Marketing in Burlington, Vermont acquired a mail-order catalog business that offered energy-, water-, and resource-saving products and was in need of new ownership, as well as a new name.
Recently, Ecover has been working on surfactants and has patented one made out of vegetable oil that doesn’t need chemical processing.
The accuracy of EWG reports and statements have been criticized, as has its funding by the organic food industry. Its warnings have been labeled “alarmist”, “scaremongering” and “misleading”. Despite the criticism, EWG has been influential.
Seventh Generation cleaners are septic safe and can assist you in cleaning common household stains, dirt, and grease. … All of our household cleaners are USDA Certified Biobased Products.
It is believed to have originated with the Iroquois – Great Law of the Iroquois – which holds appropriate to think seven generations ahead (about 140 years into the future) and decide whether the decisions they make today would benefit their children seven generations into the future.
The name is based on an ancient Iroquois philosophy which instructs that “in our every deliberation, we must consider the impact of our decisions on the next seven generations.”
- The Greatest Generation (born 1901–1927)
- The Silent Generation (born 1928–1945)
- Baby Boomers (born 1946–1964)
- Generation X (born 1965–1980)
- Millennials (born 1981–1995)
- Generation Z (born 1996–2010)
- Generation Alpha (born 2011–2025)
Unilever owns over 400 brands, amongst the largest selling of which are Aviance, Axe/Lynx, Ben & Jerry’s, Dove, Flora/Becel, Heartbrand, Hellmann’s, Knorr, Lipton, Lux/Radox, Omo/Surf, Rexona/Sure, Sunsilk, Toni & Guy, TRESemmé, VO5 and Wish-Bone.
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