Earl Roemer (shown) is a fourth generation farmer and was one of the first to bring ancient whole grain sorghum flour to market. Through their Farm to Family program they know exactly which field each batch of grain comes from.
Colorado Mills E Hickory | PO Box 1155 Lamar, CO 81052
Colorado Mills owner, Doug Uhland, has worked with farmers and ranchers across Southeast Colorado since 1999 to harvest 100% of their sunflower seed within 150 miles of their zero solvent and zero waste plant.
California Olive Ranch was created with the idea that if California can make some of the words best wine then it can do the same with olive oil. Today their olive oils rank among the best in the world! (Glenn County , CA Olive Farmers shown)
Small organic palm farmers in Ecuador partner with Natural Habitats, a group committed to sustainable, organic, and fair trade agriculture. RSPO Sustainable, Fair for Life, and Organic certified. #PalmDoneRight
Monk Fruit is crushed, infused with hot water, filtered and separated to make an extract that is naturally sweeter than sugar. We use a little Monk Fruit instead of a lot of sugar. We are digging in on how exactly the fruit is grown and the extract is made. Stay tuned.
Pretzel Salt is is harvested from salt deposits. This particular salt breaks into uniformly flat, rectangular-shaped particles upon crushing to yield a product which works perfectly as a pretzel topping.
Our organic wild honey comes from Minas Gerais, Brazil, a mountainous state which provides an abundance of bee food sources like wild flowers and Eucalyptus. We use Brazilian honey because U.S. honey is not typically non-GMO. #workinprogress
Wholesome Organic Cane Sugar is grown in southern Paraguay where they’ve worked with local farming cooperatives since 2001. In the first 10 years, organic cane cultivation grew ten-fold – from 10,000 acres to 100,000 acres.
Produced from US grown whole grain brown rice, brown rice flour contains all the benefits of brown rice including complex carbs and rice protein that breaks down slowly. We'd like to know more about these farms and are working to get that info ASAP! #workinprogress
David Van Drunen, pictured right, is a 6th generation farmer at Van Drunen Farms, where we source our organic kale. After harvest, the kale is frozen and dehydrated to retain the color, flavor, and all of it's nutritional value.
The sunflowers are grown by farmers committed to non-GMO practices in the Upper Midwest. The seeds are milled into oil in Iowa and California. This oil is Non-GMO Project Verified and rich in Omega-3 fatty acids.
Our xanthan gum is made through the fermentation of non-GMO soy flour and sugar. In fermentation the soy is completely eaten up, leaving us with a gluten free, soy free binder that helps make our pretzel dough workable.