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11th April 2017 Paul Andrews

Reverie Farms, the family-run farm has set out a six-point value plan to ensure all customers understand them and know what they’re going to get.

The population is now more conscious about what they are consuming than ever before. Gone are the days of mass consumption with complete disregard for where products came from and what effect it has on the environment. With social media hot on the heels of any company that breaks rules and regulations, it’s all about sustainability and good, wholesome products.

Reverie Farms, the family-run farm that’s redefining what it means to be a farm, has taken this a step further by setting out a six-point value plan to ensure all customers understand them and know what they’re going to get.

The values the company lives by are simple but effective. At the heart of everything they do, they focus on ensuring their customers, their animals and their staff are happy and healthy.

The first value the farm adheres to is do what’s right by their customers, their animals, and by the family. With a wholly transparent approach, the farm is committed to doing its very best for everyone involved – animal or human. The second value is to empower their customers with knowledge to live simply. Humbly put, the farm understands the modern world, but knows that sometimes it’s time to strip it back and go back to simpler times. However, by embracing this stripped back way of life, the farm shows that simplicity means freedom – rather than loss.

Jenae Brunner, Owner of Reverie Farms, said, “After a long period of consumers looking for the cheapest option, the tide has changed. People now see the benefits of investing their money in quality products that are good for the body and the environment.

The farm knows how important it is to treat consumers well and not like another cog in the wheel. As a result, it is committed to treating customers as an extension of the family. Providing an eternally welcome atmosphere and second to none customer service, it keeps customers coming back time and time again. Reaffirming their commitment to the environment, the company’s final two values are cemented around the world in which they live. Aiming to leave the world and the people in it better than how they found them and to provide ethical, quality products and services customers love, the farm truly is one of a kind.

“It has been etched into us from an early age that we can live a sustainable life happily, without the need for harming the world or anything in it,” added Jenae. “And everything we do is about making sure every one of our customers knows this and is able to do all they can to make a positive mark on the world.”

 All Reverie Farms products are made through sustainable processes with organic ingredients where possible. Perfect for sensitive skin, its ethical approach has cemented Reverie Farms as a go-to for consumers of all ages looking for reliable, consistent, and quality products.

To find out more about Reverie Farms, its values and vision, and charming range of homemade products, visit their website here 

Reverie Farms is a local, family farm in Argyle, Texas, that sells natural organic soaps and products including foaming hand soap, bar soap, sugar scrub, and homemade laundry detergent. With a focus on simplicity and natural products, their free from artificial substance and vegan friendly products have gained a legion of loyal fans since selling their unique range online.  



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