Happy Egg Co.

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Happy Egg Co.

Seeing a need for an even healthier way to raise free-range eggs, Happy Egg Co. was born, championing the cause of free-range birds and high-quality eggs. That’s why Happy Egg partners with family farms that provide love and attention to their hens to ensure the highest standard of care.

With farms in the Ozark Woodlands of Arkansas and Missouri, Happy Egg farms provide the perfect environment that includes a fresh water supply, clean air, and a mild climate so their hens can enjoy being outside year-round. As a result, Happy Egg hens produce eggs that have rich, creamy amber yolks that look, cook, and taste good.

Delightfully Different

Coming from two distinct breeds of hens, Happy Egg introduced their Happy Egg Free Range Blue & Brown Heritage Breed Eggs. With a mix of sky-blue shells and chocolatey-brown-speckled shells, these nutritious eggs stand up and stand out with their deep orange-amber yolks and delicious flavor.

Happy Egg is the pioneer of free-range egg farming. Their hens are the free-est of the free range, allowed to roam free on over eight acres of pastures.


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Danone

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Danone Organic FarmingWhat is a B Corp™?

Certified B Corporations®are businesses leading a global movement working to redefine success in business. B Corps™ meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency and legal accountability.

Through their certification, Danone North America demonstrates their long-lasting commitment to economic success and social progress, and the belief that each time we eat and drink, we can vote for the world we want to live in.

When you buy a B Corp Certified™ product, you are supporting companies working to create a more sustainable and equitable society for all.


Force for Good: Danone North America

At Danone North America, they believe treating everyone and everything—animals, the environment, each other, their partners and their community—with unwavering respect. That long-standing commitment, built in to all of their brands, is part of what allowed them to become the largest Certified B Corporation® in the world

Danone for Better CommunitiesSilk

Silk is passionate about doing right by the planet. Committed to supporting pollinators, Silk has planted more than 25 linear miles of drought-resistant, flowering, native California hedgerow plants on the orchards owned by the family that supplies their almond butter.

They balance all the water used in their Silk product manufacturing plants by restoring it back to nature.

Their cartons are recyclable, and so are the creamer bottles and the cups for yogurt alternatives. Just follow the How2Recycle instructions on the pack to keep it out of the landfill.

So Delicious

When it comes to deliciousness, So Delicious believes quality ingredients matter as much as taste. That’s why they are passionate about things like organic coconut, compassionate sourcing, and Non-GMO Project Verification.

Cocoa powder used for So Delicious products is UTZ certified. UTZ stands for better opportunities for farmers and their families. Through this program, So Delicious pays a premium for the cocoa powder which in turn improves farmer income and livelihoods.   

Vega

Vega is committed to sustainability, by sourcing their ingredients responsibly and also working to reduce waste throughout their supply chain. 

By producing their tubs with post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic, Vega diverts plastic waste from the landfill and uses resources more efficiently. They also divert food waste from the landfill by sourcing stranded greens from organic growers.

Horizon

At Horizon, soil health matters. Organic farming practices are designed to help keep soil healthy and improve it over time. Their farmers rely on composting, cover crops, crop rotation and responsible grazing to help manage soil health and provide their cows with pasture grass and forage.

At their manufacturing plants, 100% of the electricity used to make their products comes from wind energy through the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates.

Wallaby

Wallaby’s creamy, delicious yogurt is made from organic milk from family farms with premium organic ingredients. Their cows eat an all-organic, non-GMO diet, and are not treated with growth hormones or antibiotics. Organic standards require that farms maintain or improve their natural resources—including wildlife habitat, and soil and water quality.
 

Source Naturals

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Source Naturals Supplements Source Naturals has been inspiring people for over 30 years to lead healthier, more fulfilled lives with better nutrition as the center of an integrative, holistic and natural approach to wellness.

Leaders of the Wellness Revolution

Beginning with their immune support product, Wellness Formula®, Source Naturals started a wellness revolution. The ground-breaking notion that put it into motion was Founder Ira Goldberg’s vision that nutritional formulations—of nutrients, herbs and nutraceuticals—should help maintain well-being as well as enhance life. This practice is common today, but in 1982, it was revolutionary. Today, Source Naturals is still on the leading edge of transformational health practice. Their formulations are based on science and a deep understanding of our body’s own ability to maintain balance. Crafted to work at a cellular level, their products help bring the body’s interdependent systems into balance. They call this unique formulation strategy Bio-Alignment™.

Their Commitment to You

The well-being of their customers is Source Naturals’ highest priority. That’s why they have an unwavering commitment to the highest standards of quality. All the ingredients for their formulas are tested for purity, authenticity and potency before and after they’re created to ensure that you’re getting exactly what their label says.

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Health-Ade Kombucha

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Health-Ade kombucha was started in 2012 by a husband, wife, and best friend in a true farmers market start-up story: a small credit card and a big dream to make REAL FOOD and bring only that to the commercial shelf. The best tasting and highest quality kombucha you can buy is just the start, as their ultimate mission is to be the champion of the happiest and healthiest you.

Health-Ade Kombucha Sorbet RecipeWhat is Kombucha?

Old-school kombucha is made via primary and secondary fermentation using four simple ingredients; water, tea, sugar and a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast). Health-Ade is proud to do this the real way. Fermentation is where the activity of friendly bacteria, yeasts and enzymes (aka probiotics) eat the sugar in sweet tea and turn it into tasty, and slightly bubbly, kombucha. A couple things to note—all kombucha is made with sugar (it’s more for the probiotics than for you) and the highest quality ingredients will make the best tasting brew. If made the real way, it can take up to four weeks to make a bottle. That’s how Health-Ade makes it every day.  

Try this delicious Health-Ade Cherry Berry Kombucha Sorbet!


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Organic India

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Farmers for Organic India ORGANIC INDIA was born out of a desire to be a vehicle of consciousness in the global market. By creating a holistic, sustainable business modality, they inspire, promote and support true wellness, and respect for all beings and for Mother Nature. These ideals and practices are the reason ORGANIC INDIA is a B Corp—a certification that ensures a business is helping to create a greater world for all—employees, farmers, communities, animals and the environment are all treated with respect.

Empowering People

All of the herbs for ORGANIC INDIA’s teas and supplements are grown on small family farms in India. They empower self-sufficiency of these farmers and their communities by reintroducing traditional farming practices, subsidizing the transition to certified organic, as well as paying a premium market price for the herbs. These farmers are able to rotate crops between growing for ORGANIC INDIA, and growing food for their own family, creating a sustainable income for them and preserving their well-being.

Helping Mother Nature

Central to ORGANIC INDIA’s vision is a deep respect and devotion to Mother Nature. All of the farmers and the tribal wildcrafters are educated in ways to enrich the biodiversity of the land and regenerate the soil through composting, water management, crop protection and rotation. Every year, through these regenerative agriculture practices, their farmers help to revive the local ecosystem in their communities.

Sharing Abundance

They believe their success is living proof that shared abundance can be created with an uncompromising commitment to environmental and social responsibility. When you choose to buy products from ORGANIC INDIA, you’re joining this rich story by supporting these fair and sustainable practices.

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Alaffia

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Alaffia School Kids in Togo Meaning a state of peace, health, and well-being, the word alaffia is a common greeting that originates from central Togo, Benin and Nigeria. It’s a fitting name for the organization that grew out of the 1996 meeting of a young man, Olowo-n’djo Tchala, from Togo, West Africa, and Peace Corps Volunteer, Prairie Rose Hyde, from Washington State. Founded in 2003, Alaffia grew out of a shared calling to do right by the world.

A Purchase That Makes a Difference

Alaffia body, face and hair products are made with authentically sourced, nutrient-rich shea and coconut butters—traditional West African ingredients. Through the Alaffia Foundation, sales help to fund programs that empower communities throughout Togo—your purchase helps improve living conditions and supports an end to poverty.
Alaffia School Room

Throughout the month of June, five percent of all Alaffia purchases will help build two schools in Togo.

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Maple Hill Creamery

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When Tim and Laura Joseph purchased a 250-acre dairy farm in 2003, they knew nothing about farming. Shortly thereafter, they transitioned their cows from conventional methods to an organic, 100% grass-fed diet and noticed their cows were much healthier.

In 2009, Tim and Laura were joined by family members Pete and Julia Meck, together they founded Maple Hill Creamery. They began by crafting old-fashioned “creamline” yogurt by hand, using milk from their own 100% organic grass-fed dairy herd. A year later, other 100% grass-fed organic dairy farms began joining the Maple Hill Creamery Milkshed which now numbers 150 farms strong. Sometimes described as outliers of the industrial dairy system, Maple Hill’s diverse group of farmers share the same vision they’ve held since day one—to show that organic grass-fed dairy is better for us, better for cows, better for the land and better for farmers.

Maple Hill Calf

Better for Cows

100% grass-fed dairy farming is the model they believe can only succeed when each and every farmer is consistently well-paid for their milk, receives ongoing support and education to optimize their grass-fed herds’ health and is a fully valued member of the Milkshed. Maple Hill supports a regenerative system of farming that is best for the farmers, cows, consumers and earth.

The longevity and health of all their cows is imperative to the Maple Hill farmers. Their organic grass-fed cows live two to three times longer than most dairy cows, that’s because their diet is as nature intended—cows are meant to eat only grass. Organic dairy farmers feed their cows grains, which is what helps set Maple Hill apart. What a cow eats changes the makeup of the milk. Feeding them a wide variety of grasses creates milk that is higher in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and total omega-3s.

As an interesting twist, the farmers that milk the cows think of themselves as grass farmers rather than dairy farmers. All the cows in the Maple Hill family of farms are 100% grass-fed organic. No corn, no grain, just grass and lots of it—a cow eats about 38 pounds of grass a day. To feed their cows, Maple Hill dairy farmers grow over 150 different kinds of grass—like alfalfa, blue grass, sweet clover, chicory and rye grass—all to nourish their cows.

Better for the Land

Across all the Maple Hill farms, healthy soil is the cornerstone of everything they do. Growing a wide variety of grasses as well as the cows themselves, contributes to the health of the soil and regeneration of the land. Grazing cattle, when managed correctly, are a very effective tool in helping to create a healthy base of microorganisms in the soil. In turn, these microorganisms help to capture and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. This way of farming is called regenerative agriculture. Healthier soil means healthier grass and healthier cows who produce healthier food for us.  

Video Description: Meet some of the Maple Hill farmers who share their passion for their healthy cows and grass-fed diet.


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