More Than Product
Trend Innovations wants to make their contribution to a better tomorrow. As a health and wellness company, they know that their products, while amazing, can only do so much to increase the vitality of their community. To really add value to people’s lives, Trend Innovations is taking action against the depleting stability of our environment. As a start, this proactive company has tasked one of their fast-growing brands, Grandma’s for Bees, with the initiative to save the pollinators. Pollinators are a very important contributor to our environmental system and are being threatened by human activities.
Introducing Grandmas for Bees
If you are unfamiliar with Grandma’s for Bees, this brand offers delicious Honey Drop lozenges that are made with simple and natural ingredients. Grandma’s aims to provide a delicious comforting treat for everyone. As the brand name implies, Grandma’s for Bees has an initiative to save our pollinators. Currently, Grandma’s is a proud partner with Bee City Canada and 5% of the profits are being donated to this pollinator saving organization. Grandma’s is also doing their best to raise awareness and educate their customers on the issues at hand. To learn more about saving the pollinators in your community please visit grandmasforbees.com.
Looking Towards a Brighter Future
In the near future Grandma’s for Bees will be expanding their environmental initiative by creating educational platforms and partnering with more pollinator friendly organizations. In order to make a positive change everyone must start somewhere, no matter how small. Trend Innovations has chosen to start by protecting a small creatures that makes a huge impact on our environment and the access we have to fresh produce. If you would like to be a part of this initiative or another community project Grandma’s for Bees is here to help!
For collaborations or questions about Trend Innovations environmental initiatives please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit grandmaforbees.ca to learn more about saving the pollinators!