We spoke to Bottlestore customer, Revival Candle Co., a Texas-based business that creates handmade natural coconut-soy-based candles. Click here to read the full interview.
We spoke to Bottlestore customer, Capri’s Apothecary , a Texas based apothecary that focuses on the production of body oils, butter, tinctures, teas, and essential oils.
We spoke to Bottlestore customer, Groovy Elephant Kombucha, an Arizona based producer of organic kombucha, on their journey in the kombucha industry.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Boocha Boocha For Life, a Texas based Bar and Taproom that sells home brewed kombucha, plant-based desserts, juices, coffee and tea, among other locally produced items on their menu. Click here to read the full interview.
Bottlestore customer, Root and Muddle, is a New York based apothecary that manufactures hair, skin, and body products made in-house from well-sourced organic ingredients. Their products are formulated using only therapeutic-grade essential oils, natural Indian Ayurvedic oils, and all-natural ingredients that are sustainably sourced.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Vitality Health and Wellness Bar, is a New York based wellness bar that provides various nutritional products, catering to people who are into fitness, natural supplements, and a healthy lifestyle, getting an inside look into their business. Click here to learn more.
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