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iEco Buz with Samora Jones from "Sunny Littles"

Updated: Jan 17

We are excited to share with you the next iEco Buz with Samora Jones from Sunny Littles.


Sunny Littles’ mission is to provide families with a local destination for sustainable and ethically made solutions for their child’s everyday needs. They feature products that are not only eco-friendly, but made as close to Washington State as possible. All their brands use sustainable practices, from materials to the manufacturing process.


Pic: Sunny Littles at Issaquah Highlands Eco-market, Blakely Hall. Samora from Sunny Little says "Eco-friendly products are out there, you just need to make the effort to find them".


What is your idea?


Samora : We are an Eco friendly boutique for kids usually under the age of six. We sell things for babies and small kids that are all Eco friendly.


How did you come up with your idea?


Samora : Well, I have two kids, and I just wished that there was something like this near where I lived. So that's where it all started. I wanted to not have to order everything online but to see it in person.


If you were going to give one piece of advice to a family who is considering going down the Eco friendly path, what would that be?


Samora : It is not as hard as it used to be to find companies that make Eco friendly products and I think the more that everyone makes the effort to have those things the more normal it's gonna become and soon everything is gonna be Eco friendly. I think the products are out there, you just need to make the effort to find them.


What else do you think humanity needs to do in order to make our world clean?


Samora : I think it's really up to the companies. I think we put so much pressure on individuals and families to make the right choice and for a lot of families that's not even affordable. I think it is up to businesses really and governments to do the right thing because right now it's really hard to do the right thing and people in general are good and want to make changes but looking at the grocery stores, everything is in plastic. In my opinion it's more of a big business and government issue because right now we are doing all we can but ultimately it is up to them to enable us.


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