Video: Soy Candles from Seda France™ Candles

26 Feb

This is a guest post by John Simonetta, owner of Proforma Simonetta Freelance, an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy (see John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry.

Seda France™ Candles was launched in just 2001 and is another inspiring story for Ecopreneurists trying to get their own products off the ground.

Inspired by a classic French design that is over 200 years old called Toile de Jouy (commonly called Toile), Seda France™ uses a process for printing on cotton that was invented by a young French fabric manufacturer in 1759. Their traditional motifs are inspired by the French countryside and typically include scenes of pastoral life and village festivals.

Seda France™ has both retail and promotional item divisions. For Ecopreneurists – maybe in the spa or leisure industries – looking for 100% soy candles, poured in the US (Austin, Texas), with great scent choices and absolutely fabulous packaging options, Seda France™ hits the mark straight on. Really these candles as stunning.

Here is Jessica with her pitch from the 2009 ASI Dallas convention.

For more information and store locations visit their website.

If you are looking to use these items for promotional purposes email for pricing or contact your local promotional products vendor.

2 Responses to “Video: Soy Candles from Seda France™ Candles”

  1. Amkron2 February 26, 2009 at 2:12 PM #

    The simple rwchni9cal question – is any plastic can be recycled? Yes. In real life it just not always happening, bu you can’t blame plastic for this.

  2. shoppersdream1 March 3, 2009 at 5:40 AM #

    Good info enjoy the video

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