Celebrate International Women's Day with Products Made by Women in the USA from Batch

Celebrate International Women's Day with Products Made by Women in the USA

Want to honor the women in your life on International Women’s Day on Monday, March 8th? Send a gift filled with products made by women-owned small businesses. This holiday was created with the goal of advancing women’s rights in all professional fields and spheres of life to create a gender equal world. 

International Women’s Day urges you to “Celebrate women's achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality.” 

At Batch, we are doing our part to lift up female entrepreneurs and help these artisans and makers reach a wider customer base. Batch carries products from 13 different woman-owned businesses located right here in the USA. Here are a few of our favorite female entrepreneurs:

Little Seed Farm

Little Seed Farm is a small, family business that makes sustainably produced soap and skin care products on a goat farm in Lebanon, Tennessee. Read more about Little Seed Farm in Sam’s blog post about a few of our makers.

Little Seed Farm from Batch: Tennessee's Woman-Owned Sustainably Produced Soap and Skincare Company

Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise that employs women to make skin care products in order to help them recover from human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Read more about the Thistle Farms model in this story about Marcis Willis.

Thistle Farms from Batch: Nashville's Nonprofit Social Enterprise that Provides Healing, Hope, and Freedom for Women Survivors

TruBee Honey

TruBee Honey has been selling the sweet goodness for over 10 years out of Eagleville, Tennessee. Read more about TruBee Honey’s journey from its first batch of “hedge honey” to the many varieties it now produces.

ruBee Honey from Batch: Local Tennessee Honey from a Woman-owned Business

We hope that you’re now feeling inspired to check out our full collection of goods from female makers located around the USA. Send something to all the women in your life on International Women’s Day to celebrate the females you love and to ensure American women-owned businesses keep thriving through the pandemic and beyond.