Why We Care

It is as simple as putting five berries in your washer and letting nature do the rest. Soapberries contain natural compounds called Saponins and Asogs, which act like soap. No chemicals means that it is good for you and doesn’t harm the environment.

Do you need more reasons to try soapberries? Not only will you be cleaning your clothes naturally and saving the environment but you can also help people in the developing world make a living and provide for their families.

In recent years lots of companies have started importing soapberries from Asia. We discovered that soapberries also grow here in the Americas.

Our soapberries come from Honduras. A generation ago people in Honduras used soapberries to clean their cloths do dishes and and bathe but with the introduction of chemical detergents have forgotten how to use them. Thousands of soapberry trees are cut down every year and most of the fruit rots on the ground. Harvesting soapberries can help

Whether you care about your health, the environment or helping people its time to try soapberries.

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Sapindus Saponaria is related to the sapindus mucorosi, but is a distinct species. These have all been called soapberries, or soap nuts.  They contain non-ionic surfactants, and can be called natural cleansers, hypoallergenic laundry detergents, Eco-friendly cleaners, and entirely natural soaps.

*Soapberries are an agricultural product, not evaluated by the FDA. Not intended to diagnose or treat any illness or disease

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