FIT Organic®, unlike other so-called "natural" brands, is certified USDA organic and contains no synthetic detergents and no artificial surfactants of any kind. With FIT Organic, you get the best of both worlds: premium performing cleaning products using only safe, naturally derived ingredients.

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Household Cleaning Products Can Affect Your Health

August 12, 2015

There are so many cleaning product choices available on the shelf. Many promote a “natural” or “green” clean that tricks us into thinking that it is the better option for our homes. Unfortunately, there are NO regulations on either of these terms. Any company can slap the word natural or green on their product without meeting any certain requirements or certifications and trick you into thinking you’ve made a healthy, safe choice. As you can see from this article written by the American Lung Association (click on link below), it’s important to read product labels to ensure you are avoiding a host of harmful chemicals that can potentially lead to chronic health issues. Want an even easier solution? Choose organic!...

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The Difference Between Natural and Organic

January 14, 2015

What is the difference between "natural" and "organic" cleaning products?  Both give the impression that they are better for us and contain only ingredients “naturally” derived and therefore safe for us to use in our homes, right? Wrong! Unfortunately, the use of the word “natural” on cleaning product labels is not regulated. These products can contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms), Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (an artificial surfactant that can cause skin irritation, endocrine disruption, etc) and other ingredients that clearly are not “natural” or safer for the environment. For example, here is the ingredient list for Earth Friendly's Dishmate (hand dish) product, copied from their own website: Ingredients: Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Cocamidopropylamine Oxide, Phenoxyethanol and Methylisothiazolinone (synthetic preservatives), Natural Fragrance. If you can't read the...

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