Heal the Planet Launches New Website with an Organic and Environmental Marketplace

Heal The Planet (HTP) has announced the launch of their new website and online marketplace at http://www.healtheplanet.com. HTP is committed to providing education, philanthropic opportunities, and is the first organic marketplace to "give back" 100% of its profits to organic and eco-conscious causes.

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Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) January 22, 2014

Heal The Planet (HTP) has announced the launch of their new website and online marketplace at http://www.healtheplanet.com. HTP offers education, philanthropic opportunities, and an online marketplace for those consumers looking to make changes in terms of their impact on our planet. Heal the Planet is also the first organic marketplace to "give back" 100 percent of its profits to organic and sustainable charitable causes.

The seed for Heal the Planet was planted about 17 years ago when HTP's Founder and community philanthropist, Ken Fisher, moved his vision toward reality with the acquisition of the Heal the Planet domain name. Mr. Fisher had various ideas about how he could create a company to best accomplish his goal of healing the planet: he brought on board Dr. Marla Reis - a psychologist who has devoted her life to an organic and sustainable lifestyle - to assist in bringing this concept to fruition.

"Our vision is to utilize 100% of the profits from the buying power of millions of conscious consumers to heal the planet. We intend to accomplish this through unique & creative programming which will educate, empower, and lead the way to inspire and involve others to do the same."

With organic industry growth continuing at a steady pace of nearly 20 percent per year, organic and sustainable ("susty") offerings have appeared at an increasing rate in the marketplace. Consumers can now find organic alternatives in nearly every food and product category. With many resolving to change their habits in the New Year, consumers seeking out more organic products can visit the Heal the Planet website for more than 10,000 products ranging from healthy snack foods and kitchen staples to organic home goods and pet products.

A growing body of evidence suggests that organic lifestyle practices help reduce exposure to toxic chemicals in our food and the environment. Health issues linked to the use of toxic chemicals include cancer, birth defects, infertility, and antibiotic resistance. Environmental pollution such as radiation in food, tainted drinking water, soil erosion and loss of natural resources are also linked to the use of toxic chemicals in our food and environment. Heal the Planet offers organic and sustainable products that help protect the environment and public health.

Heal the Planet's mission is to show a commitment to real and lasting healing for the planet through the cycle of offering its consumer the best organic, green, and sustainable products available on the market - and then "recycling" 100% of the profits back to charitable foundations similarly dedicated to healing the planet. HTP envisions susty products becoming an integral part of everyday life, thereby enhancing people's health and the environment.

For further information, visit HTP's web site at http://www.healtheplanet.com. You can also follow HTP on Twitter (https://twitter.com/healplanetnow) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/healtheplanetonline?ref=hl).


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