Support The Brands Using Business As A Force For Good: Shop Our B Corp Brands

What’s a B Corp?

Certified B Corporations are businesses that balance purpose and profit to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. B Corps are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions and operate in ways that most-effectively generate lasting, positive change — for their workers, their customers, and their suppliers, as well as the greater global community and environment.

From fashion to the food-and-beverage industry, our B-Corp Brands represent a community of innovative, industry leaders, dedicated to driving a global movement of corporate responsibility, ethical operations, self-awareness, and positive change. These brands meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and accountability — all in the name of using business to build a better future for our planet and people; and as a force for the greatest good.


  • B Corps do business differently – they are for-profit companies leading a movement to use the power of business to solve our most pressing global challenges
  • These brands meet the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability across all aspects of their businesses
  • B Corps are, therefore, better for the community, better for customers, and better for the planet
  • They aren’t easy to come by — there are only approximately 3,700 B Corps across 74 countries


Introducing B Corp’s newest member… drumroll please. ALOHA!

ALOHA is on a mission to make delicious, all-natural snacks, the right way — better for you, and better for the planet. This newly certified B Corp business is employee-owned, certified organic, and non-GMO Project verified. In their efforts to double down on their day-one-dedication to nourishing their community with certified vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, stevia and sugar alcohol-free, plant-based protein snacks, bars and drinks (that’s a pretty impressive mouthful), ALOHA took the next logical step and got their B Corp badge.

Bottom line; ALOHA is keeping it real across all aspects of their business — from avoiding artificial ingredients, to promising corporate transparency and accountability, to operating in a way that preserves and protects natural resources. So, you’ll only find the best, naturally, here.

ALOHA Peanut butter chocolate chip
ALOHA chocolate fudge brownie protein bar



After their van lost power while on a surf and ski trip through California, Rumpl’s founders considered the effectiveness of outdoor textiles over the traditional indoor comforter — having found significant comfort and protection from sub-zero temperatures in their sleeping bags as they waited for help to arrive.

Inspired by their experience and determined to deliver a product prepared for anything, Rumpl redesigned the blanket, combining the design and comfort of a traditional, synthetic down comforter with the durability, compactness, and exceptional insulation of premium outdoor gear.

Rumpl blankets are water and stain resistant, portable and packable, warm and cozy, and made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials. Plus, the brand is now 100% carbon neutral and as a member of 1% For The Planet, Rumpl gives back to the great outdoors with every purchase.



S’well was founded with a single goal: completely eliminate single-use plastic bottles.

Americans buy 29 billion plastic bottles every year, and 80% end up in landfills. Every single plastic bottle takes up to one thousand years to decompose, constantly transmitting harmful chemicals into the groundwater as they do. For every S’well bottle purchased, thousands of throwaway bottles are kept from polluting our Earth.

But S’well goes even further, pledging millions of dollars to environmental organizations dedicated to cleaning up our planet. Earth’s delicate environmental balance is in trouble, but with their help, our planet can be swell again.

Pela Case

The average phone will last for two years, but the 1 BILLION plastic cases sold each year take literal eons to break down. Pela cases and accessories are made from 100% compostable, plant-based materials designed to decompose naturally — protecting your screen and saving the environment at the same time.


Nisolo doesn’t sacrifice their ethical supply chain for fast-fashion prices. Their intentionally designed garments, accessories and shoes are crafted in ethical production facilities where 100% of producers have a bank account as a direct result of their in-house financial literacy training program. All artisans are paid a living wage.

Plus, as a Climate Neutral certified company, Nisolo offsets carbon emissions across all of their operations — ranging from the production of raw materials, to factory manufacturing, shipping, and employee commuting.


As a certified B Corp, Allbirds is recognized for its substantial efforts to protect our planet and environmental resources. Through its ongoing initiative to continually reduce carbon emissions and considered use of sustainable, natural, and recycled materials, Allbirds is doing its part to combat climate change, encourage the responsible use of renewable resources, and fight global warming.

Additionally, Allbirds partners with Soles4Souls, a non-profit that sends lightly-used shoes to those most in need.

Leesa Sleep

Always striving to be the “Makers of Good,” Leesa has been named among the top 100 social impact companies of 2019. Leesa’s ultimate mission is not profit, but ending bedlessness throughout the US.

As one of the top-rated B Corps, Leesa Sleep goes big when it comes to giving back. Their 1 Good Bed Promise program donates one bed for every ten sold — delivering over 37,000 Leesa mattresses to those in need.

Furthermore, Leesa partners with over 1,000 non-profits nationwide to organize large, collaborative giving events throughout the greater community.

Thrive Market

At Thrive Market, just $5 per month offers subscribed customers fast, free shipping, regular discounts, free gifts, and samples. However, this brand extends its mission to provide healthy, ethical grocery products beyond families who can afford the brand’s monthly membership fee.

For every paid Thrive Market membership, the company donates free membership to a family in need through its Thrive Gives program. Additionally, free membership is available to students, teachers, veterans, and first responders. This means that more people are able to express their support for ethical businesses – whether its Thrive Market’s seafood suppliers (who fish in a sustainable, traceable manner) or coffee farming partners that drive Thrive Market‘s investments in locally-based infrastructure projects.

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