Pennsylvania, United States
Medical & dental supplies
Radius is a better care company inspired by nature and designed with purpose for a better you & a better world. Started by an architect (my father), we set out on a mission to make everyday objects that are better for people and better for the environment. We started by solving an everyday problem with a simple object, the toothbrush. And we had a simple idea: In a sea of false claims and absurd features, we took a different path - to create a more honest and effective product. We applied ergonomic design and luxury materials to engineer a toothbrush that cleans better in your mouth, feels better in your hand, and treats the planet better with a focus on sustainability. And that was just the start. We’ve taken that philosophy and vision of EVERY DAY BETTER to create sustainable toothpastes, flosses, and other daily use objects we think you’ll love too. Our process is transparent: We use earth-friendly materials and sustainable manufacturing, even owning and operating our own factory right here in the US (in PA). We’re also proudly women-owned and operated and family-run, ensuring every product is designed for a better you and a better world. Our message is clear: Your mouth deserves better, and so does the environment. And we’re just getting going. Join us in this movement o
Overall B Impact Score
Governance evaluates a company's overall mission, engagement around its social/environmental impact, ethics, and transparency. This section also evaluates the ability of a company to protect their mission and formally consider stakeholders in decision making through their corporate structure (e.g. benefit corporation) or corporate governing documents.
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