I first learned about Public Goods back in 2017 during their IndieGogo launch. I was really impressed with the company’s goal to offer high-quality premium products using minimalist packaging at low prices delivered directly to their customers. Other people were also impressed with the company. More than 34,000 people donated a total of over $2.6 million through the crowd funded launch.

Today, Public Goods has grown. They now offer a wide variety of personal care products, natural home cleaning supplies, delicious nutritious groceries, spices, cooking oils, vitamins and supplements.

From the company’s About Page: 

“We don’t make products that aren’t good for people and the planet.”

Public Goods is working to promote better lifestyle choices, like cooking at home. Articles on their blog such as “5 Benefits of Cooking At Home” complement their spices, cooking oils, and other home enrichment products.

As with Amazon Prime or Costco, there’s an annual membership fee which is just $60 per year. 

If you’re a web designer, you’ll be inspired by their minimalist and clean website – an appropriate look for a company that offers a lot of products designed for personal and home cleaning. The product photos are excellent. I’ve shared some below.

In the months ahead, I plan to provide some written and video reviews of their products.

Take a look at what they have to offer and consider trying something of interest. Please let me know your experience and I’ll share it here.

P.S. This is not a paid post, and the links used do not generate commissions to me.