good natured plant-based handy recycler now a top 10 best seller on amazon.com
(Vancouver, BC) With monthly traffic of 1.8 billion users, Amazon provides broad access to grow brand awareness and product exposure
good natured joins RangeMe platform for retailers seeking plant-based product alternatives
February 5, 2019 — (Vancouver, BC) good natured is pleased to announce that its plant-based products and packaging are now available on RangeMe.
good natured announces preliminary fourth quarter and full year 2018 unaudited revenue results
January 15, 2019 — (Vancouver, BC) good natured Products Inc. today announced preliminary and unaudited revenue estimates for the quarter and fiscal year ending December 31, 2018
good natured engages Questrade INC, IIROC dealer #124, for market maker services
December 18, 2018 — (Vancouver, BC) good natured Products Inc. (the “Company” or “good natured®”) (TSX-V: GDNP) is pleased to announce that, subject to regulatory approval, it has retained Questrade, INC., ...
happy holidays from good natured!
Tis the season! We've got a few important announcements to make before we sign off until 2019.
leading U.S. herb producer transitions to good natured plant-based packaging
(Vancouver, BC) good natured is pleased to announce that one of the largest herb growers in the Midwest U.S., Mariposa Farms, has made the switch to good natured® plant-based materials.
good natured awarded additional $850,000 in innovation funding from Canadian Government
(Vancouver, BC) good natured Products Inc. has been selected to receive funding from Western Innovation (WINN) Initiative 2018 program.
good natured packaging selected by US-based hydroponic indoor farmer, Your Local Greens
good natured Products Inc. is pleased to announce its latest commercial partnership with Indoor City Farm, Your Local Greens, Inc.
grown here farms switches to good natured plant-based packaging to meet micro greens demand
(Vancouver, BC) good natured is pleased to announce its growing relationship with BC-based Grown Here Farms, as they expand to meet the demand for locally grown, organic micro greens.