20 years ago, Sarah VanderMeiden’s life-long love of woods and water drew her to move to Duluth. Her camera was never far away as she explored the shore and trails surrounding Lake Superior. In addition to selling her nature photography, Sarah helps people reach their personal and professional goals as a Board Certified Coach. Visit Website. MiNNBOX inspired Sarah to abandon the plastic labels she was … Read More
MiNNBOX and the zero-waste movement are featured in the November issue of Minnesota Business Magazine! Read article
For MiNNBOX Mike and Jenn’s Cocoa will switch their usual plastic packaging to compostable bags.
Locally made coffee scrub using up-cycled coffee grounds from Duluth Coffee Company. We use coffee grounds from DCC’s cold press process. This no-heat process gives our scrub a rich aroma with body tingling exfoliation. Scrubbing allows you to subdue your inner werewolf and, in turn, bask in the aura of your unicorn. All our products are werewolf tested and unicorn approved. Visit Website Inspired by MiNNBOX’s challenge, … Read More
Driven Coffee is a small team of young and energetic individuals with a passion for roasting and brewing really great coffees. We are a humble and approachable group that wants to help people experience better coffee. To make this a reality, we work hard to find the best beans, craft roast them in small batches, and help our customers brew the best cup possible. Visit Website … Read More
During their featured month, Mattie Girl Candles will donate $2 for each candle sold from their store to the Minnesota Environmental Fund.
Clover Valley Farms abandons all plastic tasting spoons and will use only bamboo spoons going forward. In addition they will seal their bottles with bee’s wax as opposed to plastic wrappers.
For MiNNBOX Moose Lake Wild Rice abandons its usual plastic packaging and uses compostable paper bags.
Naturally is changing to 100% PCW brown craft paper to wrap their products. In addition, they stopped labeling individual bamboo washcloths and now only sell them in 3 packs with a paper label attached.