Bonnie Giangrande


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Bonnie Giangrande is an American entrepreneur. Bonnie started The Laughing Tree Organics in 2013 and is based in Boston MA.[1]

Bonnie Giangrande, founder of The Laughing Tree OrganicsBonnie Giangrande, founder of The Laughing Tree Organics

Company

The Laughing Tree Organics

Twitter

@LaughingTreeorg (192 followers)

Instagram

@thelaughingtreeorganics (2.27K followers)

Career

Early Career

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The Laughing Tree Organics

Bonnie started The Laughing Tree Organics in 2013. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: [1]

Q: How did you get started on The Laughing Tree Organics?

Researchers have even found evidence that these chemicals can interfere with the body’s hormones. According to a study published in Environmental Health Perspectives about the effects of these compounds on 1,151 pre-pubescent girls in the U.S. found that the chemicals caused a variety of problems in puberty, and even triggered the early onset.

Studies show that “early pubertal development in girls can have adverse social and medical effects, including the development of cancer and diabetes later in life.” Upon reading this, I strongly felt that this is not acceptable! That we can do better for ourselves and our families! We all need to be more concerned and aware of what we put into our bodies. But these studies hit home personally for me because I have young children who are living in an age where they are exposed to many more environmental toxins than we ever were growing up.

I realized that if I want to change, then I have to be a part of it; and that positive change will not only be good for ourselves, but good for our planet and our families. And this is how The Laughing Tree Organics came to be. For me, it was like the name always existed and I felt it truly represented the Company and our mission to formulate products that work with your body’s chemistry, the way nature intended and were not harmful to our planet.

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