New York, New York (PressExposure) January 24, 2007 -- More and more consumers are beginning to incorporate organic products into their diets. More and more "big-box" stores are adjusting their assortments to provide organic fruits and vegetables. But according to owner Julie Catzin, "as I was transitioning to more and more organic food, I began to look around me and realized how many other toxic things surrounded me from day to day. I wanted a way to minimize the danger of these things. The result is Intentionally Green."
Intentionally Green was created to give consumers the knowledge and ability to make greener choices in every area of their daily life. Whether educating the public to make better energy choices or providing non-toxic cleaning solutions, Intentionally Green is designed to show consumers how to make thoughtful, intentional, choices to live a more green lifestyle. Intentionally Green shows how to make the choices that have major environmental impact with minimal lifestyle impact.
As Ms. Catzin notes, "if each of us made an intentional decision to be green when shopping for household goods we can do less harm to our environment. If there is a more green alternative for something, from energy use to bedding to personal care products, I want to bring it to the public." Therefore, Intentionally Green has become the place to go for information and products to live a better, greener life - for the family and for the planet.
Through IntentionallyGreen.com, the company provides online education and shopping for consumers wishing to live a more green lifestyle. All products are created from organic, natural and sustainable materials, packaged in recyclable containers and shipped in recycled/repurposed containers to minimize global impact. The company makes use of wind power for its energy consumption and the website is hosted using 100% solar power. Shipping usage is offset through the planting of trees. These are green choices, made intentionally, to support the vision of the owner and the company.