We source our peanuts from farmers in the southeastern states of the US. The plant where our peanuts are processed is focused on generating a reliable carbon footprint and working towards a zero waste landfill operational status.
Our almonds come from a multi-generational family farm in the central valley of California. They use sustainable, bee-friendly, state-of-the-art farming and processing practices to ensure the integrity of the almonds is never compromised.
Our cashews come from Vietnam and West Africa. We buy directly from growers which means full traceability to the local region, village or group of growers who grew the cashews. Buying directly from growers gives them more income and provides a better life for the growers and villages.
Our coconut comes from the Philippines from a family-owned business, actively supports the local communities in the Philippines with education and healthcare programs, including assisting the region’s coconut farmers with social, environmental and economic development programs.
We partner with a supplier who is committed to creating sustainable change and impact for cocoa farmers. They started a non-profit and third-party verified organization to drive cocoa farmer prosperity by creating self-sustaining communities that protect nature and children.
We partner with a honey supplier that has been family owned and operated for 45 years, is a Certified B Corporation and founders of Save the Bee nonprofit, a partnership of like-minded businesses, non-profits, researchers, educators, and beekeepers committed to protecting honey bee health.
Our hazelnuts come from Turkey. We source directly from a family run company that has decades of experience and is the leading specialist of organic and fair trade nut and dried fruit sourcing.
Our flax seeds come from the USA and Canada from a supplier that is very environmentally conscious. They support and report annually to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), have reduced landfill volumes by more than 20% and contracted more than 7,000 acres over the past four years to transition to organic.
Our chia seeds are sourced from Central and South America from the leading company in the development and worldwide distribution of specialty products originating from South America.