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Tina Fey, Salma Hayek And Jennie Garth Get Eco-Friendly Surprise

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Salma Hayek, Jennie Garth and Tina Fey got an eco-friendly surprise when the folks at Style Café Moms – an “online café for the trendy mom” — sent the stars their Celebrity Basket full of some swanky eco-friendly goodies.

Included were products from Oscar & Belle, Obli Organic, Positively Organic, Tye Brand and Baby Breaux. About the basket, Jennie Garth said, “I received the package today from “Style Cafe Moms” and loved everything…I have recently crossed over to green living, and it is very important to me. I loved the little blue dress with the stitching and the yellow one too! My oldest daughter loves the tye-dye shirt! I just wanted to thank you so very much for thinking of us! We will use the products and tell all about them.”

Here at the Razz we always love to hear about celebs becoming more environmentally-aware and give a big thank you to Style Café Moms for helping spread the green word! Gracias, amigos!

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