Sustainability: Organic, Non-GMO
Sustainability Begins with Intention
At New Chapter our concern for the planet is expressed through our every act of business, whether big or small. We focus on everything from recycled pens and used office furniture to closed loop corrugated cardboard systems, reducing our carbon footprint and the ethical sourcing of our botanicals. We never forget the hard truth that business, by its very nature, can run counter to the planet’s well being. If you’re producing products and shipping them you’re going to do some harm. That’s why we’re continually assessing our transporting, packaging, and sourcing practices, and working towards ever evolving improvements. To us, sustainability begins with intention - and from the start, our intention has been to produce the most conscious product possible.
Click here to download New Chapter's Sustainability Booklet (PDF).
Committed to organics
New Chapter was founded with the intention to support health and well being by delivering expertly formulated, time-honored herbal therapeutics. This remains our foremost commitment and guides our every business decision. Our commitment to using organic botanicals whenever possible is also abiding. Given these congruent missions, there are times when our priority must lie with delivering a healing product when an organic source is commercially unfeasible. In every instance, we make these choices with the health of people and planet in our minds.
Taking a stand on Non-GMO
New Chapter has long been committed to rooting out genetically modified organisms (GMOs). More than 85% of our products have already been granted verified status by the Non-GMO Project. We are the first vitamin and supplement company to achieve this extraordinary depth of verification, and we are intend on achieving 100% Non-GMO Project verification for our entire line of whole-food vitamins, minerals and herbs. We’re proud to be the leading advocate of the non-GMO movement within the dietary supplement industry.
To learn more about the Non-GMO Project, visit http://www.nongmoproject.org/