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COSTA BRAZIL HAS BEEN AWARDED THE BUTTERFLY MARK FOR THEIR MEASURABLE IMPACT AND COMPANY-WIDE COMMITMENTS TO SUSTAINABILITY
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IMPACT AND COMMITMENT
Not only is Costa Brazil a member of Cruelty Free International, but they also use non-invasive harvesting methods when collecting ingredients for their products. Costa Brazil’s Jungle Complex, composed of kaya, cacay, and breu is the heart of every product. The ingredients are also certified organic both by ECOCERT and with the USDA’s organic seal. Costa Brazil is Leaping Bunny, PETA and Positive Luxury approved, too, for their cruelty-free production.
Costa Brazil strives to use materials that are sustainable, recyclable and biodegradable whenever possible. The boxes that each product is housed in are made from FSC-certified paper, sourced in an environmentally-friendly and socially-responsible manner. All of the materials the brand uses are made from recycled materials and recyclable themselves. Costa Brazil is also working towards being carbon-free and achieving a circular economy.
An important part of Costa Brazil’s dedication to its namesake’s home country is their partnership with Conservation International, an organisation that is fighting for reforestation in Brazil. The Brazilian Amazon is the most biologically diverse place on the planet, and they’re in danger thanks to deforestation. Costa Brazil’s non-invasive harvesting and the fact that they pay a fair price for the materials encourage conservation of the trees in the Amazon where they come from.
Costa Brazil is a small, tight-knit company of just five employees. Both founders disseminate their values throughout the company, and employees are provided with the same approach to wellbeing that customers receive when they purchase a Costa Brazil product. The company also ensures that suppliers and subcontractors treat their employees with that same level of respect.
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