FarmHouse Fresh Launches Organics Line

FarmHouse Fresh has launched a new organics collection. The line includes eight body products certified to the NSF/ANSI 305 standard that hydrate and nurture the hands, face, and body with light aromas that aren’t often found in certified products. "The detailed certification requires inspections of pick bins, gloves, equipment, storage containers, handling facilities, and filling processes to ensure certification standards are not compromised,” says CEO Shannon McLinden. “Each certified jar bears the QAI auditing firm logo, so there is no question every product meets the certification standard, while using up to 95 percent certified-organic ingredients." QAI, one of the world's largest certifiers, is authorized by the USDA to certify organic operations to National Organic Program standards.

Current products include body polish, body lotion, hand lotion, body cream, hand cream, body oil, bath salts, and sunflower honey butter. All products are free of GMO’s, synthetic herbicides and pesticides, as well as parabens and sulfates, and all of the formulas except the sunflower honey butter are vegan. Additional facial products are expected to launch later this year. Says McLinden, “True to the FarmHouse Fresh philosophy of crafting our products around good food and drinks, this organic collection offers the same delicious scents and textures our customers have grown to love, while also providing verified authenticity and purity for consumers leading an organic lifestyle.”

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