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What's in a Name?

What's in a Name?

So, you want to start a business... Congratulations! You've decided to start a new venture. You have a great idea. The excitement and allure of success are ahead of you. You're ready to take the world by storm! But, now what? Aha! I got it. You need a name. However, in a global economy finding a unique name is difficult. So where do you begin? Brainstorm, brainstorm, brainstorm Talk to your family, trusted friends, and partners. Create a list of potential ideas. It doesn't have to be super formal. It can be long or short. It just needs to be...

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5 Reasons Crann Apparel is Better for Your Kids: The Best Clothing for Children with Eczema.

5 Reasons Crann Apparel is Better for Your Kids

Our motto is "Better for you. Better for the Earth." Today we are sharing why Crann Apparel is Better for You. Our clothing has been tested by our children, both of whom have horribly sensitive skin, and I am here to tell you that Crann Apparel's underwear and t-shirts are the BEST for kids with eczema. Here's why... 1. Natural fibers Our t-shirts and underwear are made with an optimal blend of TENCEL™ Lyocell and organic cotton. This fabric is ultra-soft and plant-based, meaning that it is gentle on skin. 2. No harmful dyes Our fabrics are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 Certified. This means...

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Microplastics, What fabrics release microplastics?

What Are Microplastics and Do They Matter?

Microplastics are small (i.e., less than 5mm) pieces of plastic found in our environment. Common sources include microbeads in face washes, industrial manufacturing, and textiles. Textiles are the largest contributor to the problem, accounting for 34.8% of global microplastics.
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The Surprising Reason My Son Was So Itchy

The Surprising Reason My Son Was So Itchy

So let's get this straight - polyester is made of plastic, makes my kid sweat, irritates his skin, and is terrible for the planet all at the same time? No wonder my son refused to wear his polyester-laden clothing!
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