Going green has never been quite so hip, but is it worth the cost? Just last week Jessica Alba launched The Honest Company, an eco-friendly baby care line that is not only safe but affordable when compared to other organic diaper and skin care companies. But now one of my favorite organic nursery companies is changing course.
Canada's 3 Sprouts — the maker of adorable modern storage bins, hooded towels, and wall organizers — just announced that due to rising costs, they'll no longer be an organic line. In order to keep costs down — and, presumably, sales up — the company is switching to nonorganic cotton and new packaging for the coming year.
The change has me wondering if more mamas are switching away from organic given the state of the economy?