At Chomp, we prioritize the environment while delivering exceptional oral care. Our tablets are consciously made without plastic tubes, artificial ingredients, cheap fillers, or harsh chemicals. Experience the benefits of cleaner and whiter teeth, fresher breath, and no filmy or grainy aftertaste with our innovative formula. Pet owners can rejoice as our tablets are Xylitol free, ensuring a worry-free experience for households with furry companions. Plus, our Chomp tablets are perfect for humid climates as they do not contain Xylitol and can be easily stored.
Our dedication to reducing our impact is unwavering. We apply this principle to every facet of our operations, from using water-free methods in tablet production to sourcing only the finest ingredients.
Choose from our selection of toothpaste products that are packaged in environmentally-friendly materials such as endlessly recyclable aluminum or fully compostable packaging. We are proud to be partnering with Terra-Cycle to offer recycling options for our customers.
The toothpaste tablets are free from fillers and harsh chemicals such as Fluoride. Additionally, they are 100% vegan and non-GMO.
Chomp tablets are created with the environment in mind. No plastic tubes, no artificial ingredients, no low-quality fillers or harsh chemicals. The dental routine that's good for you and the planet too.
Let's take a moment to reflect on the impact of our daily toothbrushing routine. Many of us are unaware that we discard not just one, but multiple toothpaste tubes each month. These tubes, typically made from non-recyclable plastic, pose a significant challenge to proper disposal. Astonishingly, more than 900 million toothpaste tubes find their way into American landfills every year, forming an everlasting burden on our environment.
Unrecyclable toothpaste tubes account for an estimated 100,000 tons of waste each year. Thats enough plastic to circle the globe twice annually
That's how long it will take for plastic to biodegrade in our landfills.
Only 9% of all plastics are recycled each year. And by 2050 the amount of plastics in our oceans will outweigh fish.