Good for You. Good for the Planet

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Good for You. Good for the Planet

General Mills is on a mission to create flavorful, high-quality, better-for-you and the environment products that do right by Mother Earth. And it all starts with rethinking how their brands and products are sourced, produced and packaged—to create great-tasting food that’s great for the climate.

Making Sustainable Delicious

Through regenerative agriculture, improvements in soil health, sustainable packaging, renewable electricity and a focus on animal and social welfare, General Mills is targeting to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030 and achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Discover and learn more about some of the General Mills brands making these climate goals a reality below.


Food That’s Fun for Everybunny

Annie’s USDA organic macaroni and cheese pasta is made with real cheese and ingredients sourced from regenerative agriculture farms for a creamy, great-tasting dish both kids and adults love.
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Wake Up to a Smart Choice

Committed to protecting natural resources, always organic Cascadian Farms cereals are full of fiber-rich whole grains, like the Kernza grain, which builds soil health and reduces water pollution.

The Secret’s In the Sauce

Muir Glen always organic tomatoes are grown in the nutrient-rich soil of California’s Sacramento Valley and harvested at peak season for a premium tomato taste that’s perfect in sauces.
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Eating Clean Has Never Been Easier

Vegan, dairy-free and made with Fair Trade Certified™ chocolate, each Larabar contains real ingredients like fruits, nuts and spices for healthy,
on-the-go snacking you can feel good about.

Protein-Rich, Carb-Conscious Snacking

Great for on-the-go trailblazers, each gluten-free and paleo-friendly EPIC product is made with healthy ingredients to fit your lifestyle, like 100% wild-caught salmon and 100% grass-fed bison.
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Grow for Good this Earth Month

For the month of April, shop General Mills to earn Fetch reward points and a $5 donation toward the sustainable project of your choice.

Here’s how it works:

  • Buy $35 of General Mills products in April
  • Earn up to 3,500 Fetch Points
  • Pick 1 of 4 sustainability projects below:
    • Regenerative Oats with National Fish & Wildlife Foundation North Dakota
    • Regenerative Dairy with National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Great Lakes
    • Regenerative Wheat with National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Kansas & Oklahoma
    • Regenerative Almonds with American Farmland Trust
  • General Mills will donate $5 to the project of your choice
Download the Fetch app to participate get it on google playDownload on the App Store
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