What 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
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.
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 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.
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’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.