Consumer Goods

The all-natural, plastic-free way to replace the paste you've used your whole life.

West Hollywood,
United States
  • By using only recyclable, biodegradable or compostable materials, they’re able not to add to our already overflowing landfills and polluted oceans and they’re able to replace products that would otherwise end up there.
  • They want to end this plastic waste, give you a healthier smile, and build the world's most sustainable oral care company.
  • All-natural | Recyclable glass | Infinitely refillable | Plastic-free | 1 billion plastic toothpaste tubes are thrown out each year

Bite. Kick the tube to help end the 1 billion toothpaste tubes entering landfill & oceans each year. Toothpaste is something we put into our bodies by brushing it into our gums and mouths twice a day, every single day of our lives… but turn the label on your typical toothpaste tube and it’s full of chemicals, fillers, and unnecessary ingredients, all packaged in plastic that will inevitably end up in a landfill.

Lindsay McCormick founded Bite with the idea that effective oral care didn’t need to come at the expense of our health and the environment.

For Lindsay, the solution was easy: Replace messy, chemical-laden commercial toothpaste by using dry and sustainably-sourced ingredients, pressed into tablets made to clean and protect teeth and sold in refillable glass bottles.

Bite was developed to keep plastic out of our landfills and harsh chemicals out of our bodies. Learn more about how to make their business plastic-free.

One billion toothpaste tubes are thrown out each year. These tubes are thrown out each year filled with harmful ingredients like sodium lauryl sulfate, triclosan and artificial dyes and preservatives that are toxic to our health.

Their mission is to end this waste. They are building Bite to provide a healthier, more sustainable toothpaste. They send Bite to you in fully recyclable, and refillable glass bottles. Change the way you brush your teeth, today.

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Zero Waste Toothpaste Tablets - Founding Story

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