Published on: April 22, 2022
Leading Palm Oil Education Platform Welcomes Sustainable Scented Candle Favorite to Partner Portfolio
Boulder, Colo. April 22, 2022 — Palm Done Right, a mission-based educational platform dedicated to supporting people, animals, and the environment by proving that palm oil can be grown for good, announced today a new partnership with sustainable candle company Keap Candles. With this new partnership, Palm Done Right continues to make sustainably-sourced palm oil more accessible to consumers with a focus on clean ingredients, environmentally friendly business practices, and supply chain transparency.
Beginning April 22, 2022 B-Corp certified Kingston, NY-based Keap will be transitioning to sustainable, conflict-free Palm Done Right sourced palm wax in their line of candles. The candles are available via a seasonally-inspired subscription or online purchases which ship directly to consumers. Taking further cues from nature, Keap blends regenerative ingredients with a zero-waste approach The candles are also featured in prominent restaurants and bars across the country as part of their hospitality Burn Partnerships. Dedicated to creating the world’s most sustainable candle that creates net benefit with every sale, Keap completed seven years of research before partnering with Palm Done Right and the entire Keap Candles line will be completely palm wax based as of June 2022.
Keap was founded by two former tech entrepreneurs, Stephen Tracy and Harry Doull, who were looking to reconnect with their own spirits and restore their balance with nature. Feeling burnt out from the rush of corporate life and discontent with the global disconnect created by technology, Stephen and Harry rolled up their sleeves to create a candle line that could help consumers unwind, recharge and prioritize connection. With a commitment to creating a candle that stood for something greater than itself, Keap offers a candle line that is masterfully scented, virtually zero waste, and helping build toward a regenerative future.
“Our candles were born of a desire to reconnect with the natural world, our loved ones and our own true spirits. Palm Done Right’s regenerative approach to farming prioritizes the health of the environment, farmers, and consumers, and reminds us that we’re all deeply connected. We’re incredibly excited that for every Keap candle you now enjoy, you’ll be directly supporting a thriving, fertile, and regenerative future.,” said Stephen Tracy of Keap Candles.
Palm Done Right is leading positive change in the palm oil industry by proving that palm oil can be grown for good. It is also the sustainability movement behind organic palm oil supplier, Natural Habitats USA Inc. This approach demonstrates that palm oil grown organically and third-party certifications, can preserve the environment and native species, bring positive economic support to local communities and create sustainable livelihoods for everyone involved. Palm Done Right, a movement, aims to connect the benefits of organic, responsible palm oil, with brands, suppliers, manufacturers, media and consumers, to change the conversation about palm oil and bring positive impact to scale. For more information, visit www.palmdoneright.com.
Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, Natural Habitats USA, Inc. is a group fully committed to the sustainable production of Certified Organic and fairly traded products, including organic palm oil.
Natural Habitats products are cultivated using 100% organic practices by independent farmers in South America and add organic credibility to food, personal care and animal nutrition products.
Natural Habitats USA, Inc. supports the communities in which it operates through Fair for Life fair trade partnership, social programs for farmers, workers and communities and funding for services including support to local schools, health care and housing to improve the quality of life for all stakeholders in the supply chain, from Farm to Fork. For more information, visit www.natural- habitats.com
Susan Fecko, Black Dog Studio, 307-690-8381, [email protected]
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