The Organic Association is offering its members the opportunity to save money and save trees by using organic shampoo and shaving products.
Organic shampoo and beard conditioner is a common product used by many of us, especially those who live in the Northeast.
But many of these products are only available in the organic-friendly section of the grocery stores and have a high cost.
In an attempt to help people save money, the Organic Association of Greater New York is offering members the chance to get a free shampoo or shaving soap when they visit a participating grocery store in the coming weeks.
The Organic Association also launched an “Ask the Grocery Guy” contest for members, where they can ask the grocery guy for free products.
These products will then be donated to local nonprofits, charities and animal shelters.
Organics are also helping those who are suffering from the devastating drought.
While the drought is hitting hard in many parts of the country, it’s especially hard in the Southeast.
The organic market in the region has grown by more than 50 percent since 2016, with more than $1 billion in organic sales.
The region has more than 10,000 organic businesses and employs more than 2,000 people.
According to the USDA, more than one in six American households have a household income below $30,000 a year.
Organic products are among the most cost-effective ways to reduce food costs.
The average cost of a single organic product in the United States is $0.40 per gallon.
The grocery chain CVS and the Organic Brands Group are offering free haircuts to anyone who signs up for the Organic Shaving Club.
They are also offering free products for members.
The nonprofit organization, which has more then 25,000 members, is dedicated to educating the public about the importance of organic products.