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StoLat Organics Natural Products at Farmers' Market this Saturday 8/1

Stolat Organics A Newmarket home-grown company developed from a personal need to seek out products that were not laden with synthetic colors, fragrances, preservatives and fillers, is a guest vendor at the Newmarket Farmers' Market this Saturday August 1st.

When the owner's children developed severe eczema and allergies, they found nature provided amazing alternatives to pharmaceuticals. "We are not extremists, however, there is a definite place for mainstream medicine, and we were just waiting until all of our natural options were exhausted….and luckily, we did not get to that point," says Amy Gendreau. They developed Shea Butter based salves to control their eczema and calm down the dry, inflamed skin. This, coupled with their concern for cruelty-free and environmentally safe, renewable resources blossomed into what is StoLat Organics.
StoLat Organics is committed to bringing the best all natural and healthy alternatives to today’s abundance of commercial products. Many of their products are certified organic, most contain nearly 100% organic raw materials and the remainder of the products are the closest to all-natural that can be made to withstand a reasonable shelf-life. People are encouraged to research all of the ingredients used in their products which can be found on their website.

StoLat Organics, whenever possible, gathers their resources locally from the fresh-air surroundings of New England. In cases where materials must be brought from afar, Shea Butter for one example, they seek out the suppliers that adhere to the strict standards of Fair Trade. Their products are NEVER tested on animals.

The word StoLat comes from the Polish wishing of wellness and prosperity. The literal translations used for a toast or a song is May you live a hundred years.

This company is happy to announce their facility and water are now heated using biofuel through Seacoast BioFuels.

The Newmarket Farmers' Market is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in The Stone Church parking lot through October 10th. The weekly vendors offer fresh and organic food choices.

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