HEALTHY PLANET SUPPLIER CONTRACT



Article 1 - Interpretation


1.01 Defined Terms When used in the Contract, the following words or expressions have the following meanings:

"Business Day" means any working day, Monday to Friday inclusive, but excluding statutory holidays and other days on which Healthy Planet has elected to be closed for business;


“Conflict of Interest” includes, but is not limited to, any situation or circumstance where (a) in relation to the procurement process, the Supplier had an unfair advantage or engaged in conduct, directly or indirectly, that may have given it an unfair advantage, including but not limited to (i) having access to information that is confidential to Healthy Planet and not available to other bidders or proponents; (ii) communicating with any person with a view to influencing preferred treatment in the procurement process; or (iii) engaging in conduct that compromises or could be seen to compromise the integrity of the open and competitive procurement process; or (b) in relation to the performance of the Contract, the Supplier’s other commitments, relationships or financial interests (i) could or could be seen to exercise an improper influence over the objective, unbiased and impartial exercise of its independent judgment; or (ii) could or could be seen to compromise, impair or be incompatible with the effective performance of its contractual obligations;


“Deliverables” means everything developed for or provided to Healthy Planet in the course of performing under the Contract or agreed to be provided to Healthy Planet under the Contract by the Supplier or its directors, officers, employees, agents, partners, affiliates, volunteers or subcontractors, as further defined, but not limited by, Schedule 1, including but not limited to any goods or services or any and all Intellectual Property and any and all concepts, techniques, ideas, information, documentation and other materials, however, recorded, developed or provided;


“Effective Date” is as set out in Schedule 1 (Schedule of Deliverables, Rates, and Specific Provisions);


“Expiry Date” shall be earlier of the date specified in Schedule 1, Schedule of Deliverables, Rates and Specific Provisions for the end of the term and the date of any early termination in accordance with the provisions of this Contract;


“Indemnified Parties” means Healthy Planet, any of Healthy Planet’s affiliated companies, and their elected officials, directors, officers, agents, employees and volunteers;


“Industry Standards” include, but are not limited to (a) the provision of any and all labour, supplies, equipment and other goods or services that are necessary and can reasonably be understood or inferred to be included within the scope of the Contract or customarily furnished by Persons providing Deliverables of the type provided hereunder in similar situations in Canada and; (b) adherence to commonly accepted norms of ethical business practices, which shall include the Supplier establishing, and ensuring adherence to, precautions to prevent its employees or agents from providing or offering gifts or hospitality of greater than nominal value to any person acting on behalf of or employed by Healthy Planet;

 

“Person” if the context allows, includes any individuals, persons, firms, partnerships or corporations or any combination thereof;


“Personal Information” means recorded information about an identifiable individual or that may identify an individual;


“Personal Health Information” has the meaning assigned to it under PHIPA;

 

“Proceeding” means any action, claim, demand, lawsuit, or other proceedings;


“Rates” means the applicable price, in Canadian funds, to be charged for the applicable Deliverables, as set out in Schedule 1 (Schedule of Deliverables, Rates and Specific Provisions);


“Record”, for the purposes of the Contract, means any recorded information, including any Personal Information or Personal Health Information, in any form: (a) provided by Healthy Planet to the Supplier, or provided by the Supplier to Healthy Planet, for the purposes of the Contract; or (b) created by the Supplier in the performance of the Contract;


“Requirements of Law” mean all applicable requirements, laws, statutes, codes, acts, ordinances, orders, decrees, injunctions, by-laws, rules, regulations, official plans, permits, licences, authorizations, directions, and agreements with all Authorities that now or at any time hereafter may be applicable to either the Contract or the Deliverables or any part of them;


“Term” is as set out in Schedule 1 (Schedule of Deliverables, Rates and Specific Provisions); and

 

 

Article 2 - General Provisions

 

2.01 No Indemnities from Healthy Planet

Notwithstanding anything else in the Contract, any express or implied reference to Healthy Planet providing an indemnity or any other form of indebtedness or contingent liability that would directly or indirectly increase the indebtedness or contingent liabilities of Healthy Planet beyond the obligation to pay the Rates in respect of Deliverables accepted by Healthy Planet, whether at the time of entering into the Contract or at any time during the Term, shall be void and of no legal effect.


2.02 Entire Contract
The Contract embodies the entire agreement between the parties with regard to the provision of the Deliverables and supersedes any prior understanding or agreement, collateral, oral or otherwise with respect to the provision of the Deliverables, existing between the parties at the Effective Date of the Contract.


2.03 Severability
If any term or condition of the Contract, or the application thereof to the parties or to any Persons or circumstances, is to any extent invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of the Contract, and the application of such term or condition to the parties, Persons or circumstances other than those to which it is held invalid or unenforceable, shall not be affected thereby.


2.04 Failure to Enforce Not a Waiver
Any failure by Healthy Planet to insist in one or more instances upon strict performance by the Supplier of any of the terms or conditions of the Contract shall not be construed as a waiver by Healthy Planet of its right to require strict performance of any such terms or conditions, and the obligations of the Supplier with respect to such performance shall continue in full force and effect.


2.05 Changes By Written Amendment Only
Any changes to the Contract shall be by written amendment signed by the parties. No changes shall be effective or shall be carried out in the absence of such an amendment.


2.06 Governing Law
The Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein.


Article 3 - Relationship Between Healthy Planet and Supplier


3.01 Supplier’s Power to Contract
The Supplier represents and warrants that it has the full right and power to enter into the Contract and there is no agreement with any other Person which would in any way interfere with the rights of Healthy Planet under this Contract.


3.02 Representatives May Bind the Parties
The parties represent that their respective representatives have the authority to legally bind them to the extent permissible by the Requirements of Law.


3.03 Supplier Not a Partner, Agent or Employee
The Supplier shall have no power or authority to bind Healthy Planet or to assume or create any obligation or responsibility, express or implied, on behalf of Healthy Planet. The Supplier shall not hold itself out as an agent, partner or employee of Healthy Planet. Nothing in the Contract shall have the effect of creating an employment, partnership or agency relationship between Healthy Planet and the Supplier (or any of the Supplier’s directors, officers, employees, agents, partners, affiliates, volunteers or subcontractors).


3.04 Non-Exclusive Contract, Work Volumes
The Supplier acknowledges that it is providing the Deliverables to Healthy Planet on a non-exclusive basis. Healthy Planet makes no representation regarding the volume of goods and services required under the Contract. Healthy Planet reserves the right to contract with other parties for the same or similar goods and services as those provided by the Supplier and reserves the right to obtain the same or similar goods and services internally.


3.05 Responsibility of Supplier
The Supplier agrees that it is liable for the acts and omissions of its directors, officers, employees, agents, partners, affiliates, volunteers and subcontractors. This paragraph is in addition to any and all of the Supplier’s liabilities under the Contract and under the general application of law. The Supplier shall advise these individuals and entities of their obligations under the Contract and shall ensure their compliance with the applicable terms of the Contract. In addition to any other liabilities of the Supplier pursuant to the Contract or otherwise at law or in equity, the Supplier shall be liable for all damages, costs, expenses, losses, claims or actions arising from any breach of the Contract resulting from the actions of the above mentioned individuals and entities. This paragraph shall survive the termination or expiry of this Contract.


3.06 No Subcontracting or Assignment
The Supplier shall not subcontract or assign the whole or any part of the Contract or any monies due under it without the prior written consent of Healthy Planet. Such consent shall be in the sole discretion of Healthy Planet and subject to the terms and conditions that may be imposed by Healthy Planet. Without limiting the generality of the conditions which Healthy Planet may require prior to consenting to the Supplier’s use of a subcontractor, every contract entered into by the Supplier with a subcontractor shall adopt all of the terms and conditions of this Contract as far as applicable to those parts of the Deliverables provided by the subcontractor. Nothing contained in the Contract shall create a contractual relationship between any subcontractor or its directors, officers, employees, agents, partners, affiliates or volunteers and Healthy Planet.

 

3.07 Duty to Disclose Change of Control
In the event that the Supplier undergoes a change in control the Supplier shall immediately disclose such change in control to Healthy Planet and shall comply with any terms and conditions subsequently prescribed by Healthy Planet resulting from the disclosure.


3.08 Conflict of Interest
The Supplier shall: (a) avoid any Conflict of Interest in the performance of its contractual obligations; (b) disclose to Healthy Planet without delay any actual or potential Conflict of Interest that arises during the performance of its contractual obligations; and (c) comply with any requirements prescribed by Healthy Planet to resolve any Conflict of Interest. In addition to all other contractual rights or rights available at law or in equity, Healthy Planet may immediately terminate the Contract upon giving notice to the Supplier where: (a) the Supplier fails to disclose an actual or potential Conflict of Interest; (b) the Supplier fails to comply with any requirements prescribed by Healthy Planet to resolve a Conflict of Interest; or (c) the Supplier’s Conflict of Interest cannot be resolved to the satisfaction of Healthy Planet. This paragraph shall survive any termination or expiry of the Contract.


3.09 Contract Binding
The Contract can be enforced by and is binding upon the parties and their successors, executors, administrators and their permitted assigns.

 


Article 4 - Performance by Supplier


4.01 Commencement of Performance
The Supplier shall commence performance upon receipt of written instructions from Healthy Planet.


4.02 Deliverables Warranty
The Supplier hereby represents and warrants that the Deliverables (i) shall be provided fully and diligently in a professional and competent manner by persons qualified and skilled in their occupations; and (ii) shall be free from defects in material, workmanship and design, suitable for the purposes intended, in compliance with all applicable specifications and free from liens or encumbrance on title; and furthermore that all Deliverables shall be provided in accordance with: (a) the Contract; (b) Industry Standards; and (c) Requirements of Law. If any of the Deliverables, in the opinion of Healthy Planet, are inadequately provided or require corrections, the Supplier shall forthwith make the necessary corrections at its own expense as specified by Healthy Planet in a written notice. The supplier shall provide the customer with goods that are of a merchantable quality. The goods shall be commercially sellable under the description by which they are sold and shall perform to the reasonable expectations of the average buyer. Healthy Planet relies upon the Supplier’s skill and judgment for the particular purpose for which the deliverables are required. The Supplier represents and warrants that the goods being delivered are goods normally supplied in the Supplier’s course of business.


4.03 Health and Safety
Without limiting the generality of section 4.02, the Supplier warrants and agrees that it has complied with and will comply with, and ensure that any subcontractors (where applicable and permissible) comply with, all applicable occupational health and safety laws and regulations in relation to the performance of the Supplier’s obligations under this Contract. The Supplier shall provide Healthy Planet with evidence of the Supplier’s compliance with this section within ten (10) Business Days of being requested to do so.


4.04 Shipment of Goods
To the extent that the Deliverables include the shipment of goods to Healthy Planet, all such goods shall be Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) (Incoterms 2010) to Healthy Planet’s place of business or such other location as may be specified in the Contract and/or Schedule 1. No transportation or delivery charges of any kind, including, without limitation, packing, storage, cartage or customs brokerage charges, shall be paid by Healthy Planet, unless specifically agreed by Healthy Planet in Schedule 1. The Deliverables will be suitably packed in such a manner as will ensure their safe transportation undamaged to their destination. The Deliverables will remain at the risk of the Supplier until the Deliverables are received by Healthy Planet. Receipt of the Deliverables at Healthy Planet’s location does not constitute acceptance of the Deliverables by Healthy Planet. The Deliverables are subject to Healthy Planet’s inspection and acceptance within a reasonable period of time after delivery. If any of the Deliverables, in the opinion of Healthy Planet, are inadequately provided or require corrections, the Supplier shall make the necessary corrections at its own expense as specified by Healthy Planet in a written notice.


In the event that Healthy Planet submits an Order for deliverables that hits minimum, and the Supplier does not possess enough inventory to complete the Order, the Supplier shall not cancel the Order, and shall deliver all Deliverables in its possession at the time of Healthy Planet’s Order submission.


In the event that the Supplier is out of stock of the Deliverables for more than 14 days, the Supplier shall provide Healthy Planet with a written notice on the 15th day that it is out of stock of the Deliverables and request that Healthy Planet either (a) remove the product(s); or (b) advise Healthy Planet of the date by which the Deliverables are to be re-stocked. In the event of the Supplier’s failure to provide a written notice as outlined herein, Healthy Planet may charge the Supplier for any loss of sales incurred as a result.

4.05 Notification by Supplier to Healthy Planet
During the Term, the Supplier shall advise Healthy Planet promptly of: (a) any contradictions, discrepancies or errors found or noted in the Contract; (b) supplementary details, instructions or directions that do not correspond with those contained in the Contract; and (c) any omissions or other faults that become evident and should be corrected in order to provide the Deliverables in accordance with the Contract and Requirements of Law.


4.06 Supplier to Comply With Reasonable Change Requests
Healthy Planet may, in writing, request changes to the Contract, which may include altering, adding to, or deleting any of the Deliverables. The Supplier shall comply with all reasonable Healthy Planet change requests and the performance of such request shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract. If the Supplier is unable to comply with the change request, it shall promptly notify Healthy Planet and provide reasons for such non-compliance. In any event, any such change request shall not be effective until a written amendment reflecting the change has been executed by the parties.


4.07 Pricing for Requested Changes
Where a Healthy Planet change request includes an increase in the scope of the previously contemplated Deliverables, Healthy Planet shall set out, in its change request, the proposed prices for the contemplated changes. Where the Rates in effect at the time of the change request (a) include pricing for the particular type of goods or services contemplated in the change request, the Supplier shall not unreasonably refuse to provide those goods or services at prices consistent with those Rates; or (b) are silent to the applicable price for the particular goods or services contemplated in the change request, the price shall be negotiated between Healthy Planet and the Supplier within a reasonable period of time and in any event, such change request shall not become effective until a written amendment reflecting the change has been executed by the parties.


Where there is a new Supplier, the new Supplier shall not make any price changes for a term of 6 months. Any pricing change requests made by the Supplier shall be made by giving 30 days’ notice, or as agreed upon by the Supplier and Healthy Planet. In any event, any such pricing change requests shall not become effective until a written amendment reflecting the change has been executed by the parties.


4.08 Healthy Planet Rights and Remedies and Supplier Obligations Not Limited to Contract

The express rights and remedies of Healthy Planet and obligations of the Supplier set out in the Contract are in addition to and shall not limit any other rights and remedies available to Healthy Planet or any other obligations of the Supplier at law or in equity.

 


Article 5 - Payment for Performance and Audit


5.01 Payment According to Contract Rates
Healthy Planet shall, subject to the Supplier’s compliance with the provisions of the Contract, pay the Supplier for the Deliverables provided at the Rates established under Schedule 1 of the Contract.


5.02 Hold Back or Set Off
Healthy Planet may hold back payment or set off against payment if, in the opinion of Healthy Planet acting reasonably, the Supplier has failed to comply with any requirements of the Contract.


Any co-op marketing program fees charged by the Supplier shall be deducted from any amounts owed by Healthy Planet.


Should the Supplier deliver to Healthy Planet Deliverables that are expired, or short dated, Healthy Planet has the right, in its sole discretion, to charge the Supplier a negligence fee of $1,000, which shall be payable within 30 days of Healthy Planet’s demand for the negligence fee, failing which Healthy Planet may charge monthly interest on any amounts owed at its sole discretion.


5.03 No Expenses or Additional Charges
There shall be no other charges payable by Healthy Planet under the Contract to the Supplier other than the Rates established under the Contract.


5.04 Document Retention and Audit
For seven (7) years after the Expiry Date or any date of termination of the Contract, the Supplier shall maintain all necessary records to substantiate (a) all charges and payments under the Contract and (b) that the Deliverables were provided in accordance with the Contract and with Requirements of Law. During the Term, and for seven (7) years after the Term, the Supplier shall permit and assist Healthy Planet in conducting audits of the operations of the Supplier to verify (a) and (b) above. Healthy Planet shall provide the Supplier with at least ten (10) Business Days prior notice of its requirement for such audit. The Supplier’s obligations under this paragraph shall survive any termination or expiry of the Contract.

 

Article 6 - Confidentiality


6.01 Confidentiality and Promotion Restrictions
Any publicity or publications related to the Contract shall be at the sole discretion of Healthy Planet. Healthy Planet may, in its sole discretion, acknowledge the Deliverables provided by the Supplier in any such publicity or publication. The Supplier shall not make use of its association with Healthy Planet without the prior written consent of Healthy Planet. Without limiting the generality of this paragraph, the Supplier shall not, among other things, at any time directly or indirectly communicate with the media in relation to the Contract unless it has first obtained the express written authorization to do so by Healthy Planet.

 


Article 7 – Exclusion of Liability, Defence, Indemnity and Insurance


7.01 Exclusion of Liability
The Supplier expressly releases Healthy Planet and the Indemnified Parties from any and all liability, negligence, loss, costs, damages and expenses (including legal, expert and consultant fees), causes of action, actions, claims, demands, lawsuits or other proceedings, (collectively, “Claims”), by whomever made, sustained, incurred, brought or prosecuted, including for breaches of confidentiality or privacy or Intellectual Property rights or for third party bodily injury (including death), personal injury and property damage.


7.02 Defence & Indemnity
The Supplier hereby agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Healthy Planet and the Indemnified Parties from and against any and all liability, negligence, loss, costs, damages and expenses (including legal, expert and consultant fees), causes of action, actions, claims, demands, lawsuits or other proceedings, (collectively, “Claims”), by whomever made, sustained, incurred, brought or prosecuted, including for breaches of confidentiality or privacy or Intellectual Property rights or for third party bodily injury (including death), personal injury and property damage, in any way based upon, occasioned by or attributable to anything done or omitted to be done by the Supplier, its subcontractors or their respective directors, officers, agents, employees, partners, affiliates, volunteers or independent contractors in the course of performance of the Supplier’s obligations under, or otherwise in connection with, the Contract. The Supplier further agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Indemnified Parties for any incidental, indirect, special or consequential damages, or any loss of use, revenue or profit, by any person, entity or organization, including, without limitation, Healthy Planet, claimed or resulting from such Claims. This indemnity shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any insurance to be provided by the Supplier in accordance with this Contract. The obligations contained in this paragraph shall survive the termination or expiry of the Contract.


7.03 Insurance
The Supplier hereby agrees to put in effect and maintain insurance for the Term, at its own cost and expense, all the necessary and appropriate insurance that a prudent person in the business of the Supplier would maintain including, but not limited to, the following:

 

(a) Commercial General Liability Insurance


Commercial General Liability insurance for all Deliverables to a limit of not less than five million dollars ($5,000,000) per occurrence.


The policy will be extended to include:
• Bodily injury, death and property damage
• Cross liability and severability of interest
• Blanket contractual
• Premises and operations
• Personal and advertising injury
• Broad form property damage
• Products and completed operations
• Owner’s and contractors protective
• Non-owned Automobile to a limit of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000)


The policy shall be endorsed to:
• Include Healthy Planet as an additional insured; and
• Contain an undertaking by the insurers to give thirty (30) days prior written notice in the event that there is a material change in the foregoing policies or coverage affecting the Additional Insured(s) or cancellation of coverage before the expiration date of any of the foregoing policies.


(b) Automobile Insurance


Automobile Insurance (OAP1) for both owned and leased vehicles with inclusive limits of not less than two million dollars ($2,000,000).


Proof of automobile insurance will not be required if the Supplier provides a signed letter stating that they do not own or lease vehicles.


(c) Additional Insurance Requirements


Any other type of insurance specified in Schedule 1 (Schedule of Deliverables, Rates and Specific Provisions) or required elsewhere under the Contract.


All policies of insurance shall be written with an insurer licensed to do business in Ontario and be non-contributing with, and will apply only as primary and not excess to any other insurance or self-insurance available to Healthy Planet.


7.04 Proof of Insurance
The Supplier shall provide Healthy Planet with proof of the insurance required by this Contract in the form of valid certificates of insurance that reference this Contract and confirm the required coverage. The Supplier shall provide Healthy Planet with renewal replacements on or before the expiry of any such insurance. Upon the request of Healthy Planet, a copy of each insurance policy shall be made available to it. The Supplier shall ensure that each of its subcontractors (where applicable) obtains all the necessary and appropriate insurance that a prudent person in the business of the subcontractor would maintain and that Healthy Planet and Indemnified Parties are named as additional insured with respect to any liability arising in the course of performance of the subcontractor's obligations under the subcontract for the provision of the Deliverables.

 


Article 8 - Termination, Expiry and Extension


8.01 Immediate Termination of Contract
Healthy Planet may immediately terminate the Contract upon giving notice to the Supplier where (a) the Supplier is adjudged bankrupt, makes a general assignment for the benefit of its creditors or a receiver is appointed on account of the Supplier’s insolvency; (b) the Supplier breaches any provision in Article 6 (Confidentiality); (c) the Supplier breaches the Conflict of Interest paragraph in Article 3 (Nature of Relationship Between Healthy Planet and Supplier); (d) the Supplier, prior to or after entering into the Contract, makes a material misrepresentation or omission or provides materially inaccurate information to Healthy Planet; (e) the Supplier undergoes a change in control which adversely affects the Supplier’s ability to satisfy some or all of its obligations under the Contract; (f) the Supplier subcontracts for the provision of part or all of the Deliverables or assigns the Contract without first obtaining the written approval of Healthy Planet; or (g) the Supplier’s acts or omissions constitute a substantial failure of performance and the above rights of termination are in addition to all other rights of termination available at law, or events of termination by operation of law.


8.02 Termination on Notice
Healthy Planet reserves the right to terminate the Contract, without cause, upon thirty (30) calendar days prior notice to the Supplier.


8.03 Supplier’s Obligations on Termination
On termination of the Contract, the Supplier shall, in addition to its other obligations under the Contract and at law (a) at the request of Healthy Planet, provide Healthy Planet with any completed or partially completed Deliverables; (b) provide Healthy Planet with a report detailing: (i) the current state of the provision of Deliverables by the Supplier at the date of termination; and (ii) any other information requested by Healthy Planet pertaining to the provision of the Deliverables and performance of the Contract; (c) execute such documentation as may be required by Healthy Planet to give effect to the termination of the Contract; and (d) comply with any other instructions provided by Healthy Planet, including but not limited to instructions for facilitating the transfer of its obligations to another Person. This paragraph shall survive any termination of the Contract.


8.04 Supplier’s Payment Upon Termination
On termination of the Contract, Healthy Planet shall only be responsible for the payment of the Deliverables provided under the Contract up to and including the effective date of any termination. Termination shall not relieve the Supplier of its warranties and other responsibilities relating to the Deliverables performed or money paid. In addition to its other rights of hold back or set off, Healthy Planet may hold back payment or set off against any payments owed if the Supplier fails to comply with its obligations on termination. If the Supplier refuses to re-pay Healthy Planet monies owed to it after termination, Healthy Planet shall be permitted to charge a monthly interest rate on any outstanding amounts owed to Healthy Planet, at its sole discretion.


8.05 Termination in Addition to Other Rights
The express rights of termination in the Contract are in addition to and shall in no way limit any rights or remedies of Healthy Planet under the Contract, at law or in equity.


8.06 Expiry and Extension of Contract
The Contract shall expire on the original Expiry Date, unless Healthy Planet exercises its option to extend the Contract, such extension to be upon the same terms (including the Rates in effect at the time of extension), conditions and covenants contained in the Contract, excepting the option to renew. The option shall be exercisable by Healthy Planet giving notice to the Supplier not less than thirty (30) days prior to the original Expiry Date. The notice shall set forth the precise duration of the extension.

 


Article 9 – Acknowledgment


9.01 Legal Advice
The Supplier acknowledges that they have carefully read the contract, have had the opportunity to seek the advice of a lawyer as to the nature and effect of the contract, understand all the terms in the Contract, and have executed the contract voluntarily and with knowledge of the consequences thereof.

 

 


 

 

New Product Criteria


Products are considered which are at a minimum:


• Free of Chemical Additives and Preservatives (For HABA free of dirty dozen by David Suzuki Foundation)
• Free of Artificial Flavors/Colors/ Perfume
• Free of Genetically Modified organisms (GMO)
• Free of white or highly refined sugar
• Free of hydrogenated/partially hydrogenated oil
• Should be of redeeming Nutritional and Health value
• Bilingually labeled (English/French, pending any CFIA exceptions)
• Labeled with a UPC Code
• Meets all CFIA labeling regulations: http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/eng/1299092387033/1200-03490225

 

Products considered favourable, if:
• Certified Organic
• Canadian in origin and/or locally produced
• Fairtrade certified
• Kosher/ Halal/Vegan
• Minimally processed or refined
• Influential in positive environmental and social change
• Recyclable packaging/ minimal environmental footprint
• Sustainable
• Animal Cruelty-Free
• Certification Logo( ex. Fair Trade, GMO-Free, PETA or Leaping Bunny, Eco Cert, Gluten Free, USDA, Canada Organic...) 


Though the criteria list may appear limiting to some, it strongly reflects the values and beliefs of our company. This approach is highly valued both within our organization and by our well-established customer base.

 

New Store Opening Order Payment Terms: 

90 Days