Nutricare, a Certified B Corp, has been recognised as Best For The World honouree in recognition of its sustainability movement and environmental achievements in business.
Nutricare has earned a spot in the top 10% of all B Corps for environmental responsibility due to their use of completely biodegradable, 100% bamboo fiber and fully compostable packaging as featured in their first product launch: PATCH Bamboo bandages.
PATCH is the world’s first 100% compostable wound care solution that is disrupting the market by using certified bamboo, natural ingredients, as well as being free of harsh chemicals, plastic, latex.
The eco-friendly switch for first aid, PATCH also offers a solution for the 25% of the population who are sensitive to traditional wound care offerings. They’re made from organic bamboo fiber and imbued with natural ingredients like coconut oil, aloe vera, and activated charcoal to soothe and protect wounds..
Nutricare founder and CEO, James Dutton, said: “When we founded Nutricare, we set out to create a business with sustainability at its core. We are incredibly honoured to be recognised by B Corp for our focus on sustainability.”
Nutricare has been a Certified B Corporation (a for-profit company dedicated to using business as a force for good) since 2018. This year, 1,000 B Corps from 44 countries were named to the 2019 Best For The World lists. These companies were determined based on the verified B Impact Assessments of Certified B Corporations. For the full list, visit http://bcorporation.net/.
The ‘Best For The World’ recognition is led by B Lab, the global non-profit that certifies and supports Certified B Corporations, which are for-profit companies dedicated to using business as a force for good. Today, there are 3,000 Certified B Corporations across 64 countries and 150 industries, unified by one common goal: to redefine success in business.
PATCH can be found at patchstrips.com as well as Anthropologie, Grove Collaborative, Amazon, and select retailers nationwide, including CVS locations.