Strategically pair jam and chocolate, sweet chili sauce with crispy tofu, and other dynamic duos on this modern, sophisticated serving tray. Upcycled blue and brown glass containers hold spreads and other small bites, and color coordinated arrows will point guests in the right pairing direction. Some couples were simply made for each other, and this design gives them the display they deserve.
Responsible Business Practices
"Richwood Creations aims to sustain jobs and raise money to keep Young Life Ministries strong and vibrant
in a community that is desperately in need. Your support of this not-for-profit artisan business is
changing lives in the heart of Appalachia. All materials and resources are sourced locally or within the state."
Richwood Creations pays full time employees a starting wage of $9.85/hr., which meets Nicholas County's living wage.
- Local (West Virgina State) minimum wage: $8.75
- Federal minimum wage: $7.25
- Living wage of Nicholas County: $9.85
paid time off
One week paid vacation for full-time employees after one year of employment.
recycling primary/secondary materials
"Primary: Solid maple from Southern West Virginia. Any leftover products are
recycled to make new ones. The sawdust is collected and donated to the local volunteer fire department to clean up spills from automobile
Secondary: We use recycled newspapers for packing for shipping."
"Richwood Creations is a non-profit organization. We were formed in 2012 to give financial support to Young Life Ministries
in Nicholas County."
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Sustainably sourced wood and upcycled glass.
Packed in recycled and recyclable corrugated cardboard, with eco-friendly bubble.
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