FEED Dop Kit with Tammy Fender

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FEED Dop Kit with Tammy Fender

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This limited-edition FEED Dop Kit is a collaboration between FEED Projects and Tammy Fender Holistic Skin Care. Each FEED Dop Kit is made from the iconic FEED burlap and lined with a royal purple recycled nylon interior. The purchase of each bag supports farmers through the United Nations World Food Programme’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) initiative, a program established to purchase food from local farmers to feed hungry people in the region.

Each FEED Dop Kit contains a hand-numbered set of Tammy Fender’s Clay Body Wash, made from goji berry and vetiver, and Tucuma Butter Body Balm, created from acerola berry and carrot seed. Both products are essential in helping to feed the skin and the soul. These products will also help sustain producers in struggling nations such as Haiti, who benefit directly from the purchase of these food-grade ingredients. The UN World Food Program's Purchase for Progress and Tammy Fender's international sourcing programs both are essential to the success and proliferation of local farm practices and the communities that they support - which will help contribute to a healthier global food system for all.

Material: Case: 100% Organic Cotton

Brand: FEED

Origin: Imported

Lauren Bush Lauren founded FEED in 2007 with the mission of “Creating Good Products That Help FEED the World” after witnessing the effects of hunger firsthand when traveling as a United Nations World Food Programme Student Spokesperson. Every product sold has a measurable donation attached to it and, to date, the social business has been able to provide over 75 million meals globally through the WFP and Feeding America. FEED has also supported nutrition programs around the world, providing over 3.5 million children with Vitamin A supplements through UNICEF.