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  1. Happsy Promotes a Better Earth

    Happsy products love to travel, with mattresses shipping to Massachusetts, California and every state in between. Since Happsy ships in rain, sleet and snow (as well as sunshine!), we make sure your Happsy is well protected by tightly vacuum sealing your organic mattress in a secure barrier of protective material.

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  2. Peanut Butter Coconut Chocolate Bites From The Clean Eating Couple

    If you’re looking for a simple, delicious bedtime snack idea - these Peanut Butter Coconut Chocolate Bites are for you!

     We always crave just a little something sweet before bed time, and I often find myself rummaging through the pantry or fridge to see what will satisfy my cravings. These peanut butter coconut chocolate bites are perfect for prepping ahead of time and keeping in the fridge for when your pre-bedtime snack cravings hit!

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  3. Mattress Off-Gassing... Does Your Mattress Have Gas?

    You may love the smell of a new car, but do you want that same smell when you lie down on your mattress? Why would your new car and your mattress be giving off the same scent?

    Believe it or not, many mattresses actually produce off-gassing. So that “new bed smell” is the same smell that’s coming from your new vehicle’s upholstery. These things that you are in or on almost daily are leaking Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) into the air around you. Meaning that distinct smell isn’t a good sign.

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  4. Organic Products vs. Organic Foods—What’s the Difference?

    If you’re on our website, chances are you are already into organic products. But humor us for a minute. Why should you care about getting an organic mattress?

    Did you know that traditional mattresses contain nasty chemicals? Most of the ingredients are made from petroleum—yes, like the gasoline. Not only is petroleum dangerous for your health, but it is also highly flammable.

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  5. Why Organic Mattresses Are Important? The Real Truth.

    There are lots of mattress companies to choose from and, as you’ll see, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Let’s try to break it down in simple terms.

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  6. Why Organic Mattresses Last Longer

    As you have might have noticed, organic mattresses tend to be a little more expensive than conventional mattresses. It’s true. Here’s why: they provide a healthier, more comfortable sleep, but for some people that may not be enough incentive for the higher price tag (although we disagree).

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  7. 10 Best Holiday Gifts For Those Who Love Sleep

    ‘Tis the season to be . . . sleepy?

    OK, let’s be honest—we all have loved ones that LOVE to sleep, probably more than anything. And because they value their beauty rest more than most means they would appreciate some awesome sleep gifts!

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  8. We Go Above and Beyond Organic Standards

    Congratulations, you are ready to buy a new mattress! 

    When shopping, you will likely come across organic mattress options. You probably understand organic when it comes to food and maybe even cosmetics or clothing, but an organic bed? Simply put, conventional mattresses are made with harmful chemicals whereas organic mattresses are not.

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  9. It GOTS to Be Organic

    Part 3 – Environmental Management

    In Part 1 of our GOTS series, we gave you a breakdown of the Standard’s requirements for social responsibility. In Part 2, we provided insight on prohibited materials. Because GOTS is the highest standard certification for organic fiber and textile manufacturing, they are very particular about what cannot be used in products. In Part 3, we’re exploring environmental responsibility.

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  10. It GOTS To Be Organic

    Part 2 – Prohibited Materials

    In Part 1 of our GOTS series, we gave you a breakdown of the Standard’s requirements for social responsibility. We explained how workers must be treated and environmental standards that must be met for a manufacturer to receive the GOTS certification. In Part 2, we will give you a summary of prohibited materials.

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