We’re committed to using ingredients that came straight from the wild - if Mother Nature didn’t make it, we didn’t use it.
Packed with potassium, fiber and essential nutrients like vitamin B6, C and A, bananas can aid in post-workout recovery and heart health.
Thanks to fiber and plant chemicals called flavonoids, apple’s have got your back -- or rather your heart, lungs, blood vessels, cholesterol, brain, bones, brain, immune system, and gut. Talk about being a real one.
When we say ‘3-6-9’ what comes to mind? That’s what we thought: hemp. Rich in all nine essential amino acids, hemp is an excellent source of plant-based protein.
Loaded not only with vitamin E and B6, phosphorus, manganese, copper, and zinc, sunflower seeds also have magnesium - the mineral most Americans don’t get enough of, but aids in over 300 bodily functions.
Pure Maple Syrup
Unrefined and rich in antioxidants, maple syrup has one of the lowest glycemic indexes of any natural sugar source. It may also help lower cholesterol level as well as help prevent some deformations linked to the development of neutrodengenerative diseases.
Not only do these provide flavor to our pints, they also pack a mean, nutrient-packed punch.
Native to South American rainforests, açai berries are packed with more antioxidants than cranberries, pomegranates, elderberries, cherries, and strawberries combined, making them an antioxidant gold-mine.
Chocolate is chock-full of heart-healthy flavonols thanks to its main ingredient: cocoa beans. Research has found these flavonols, which have antioxidant activity, help prevent heart disease and lower cholesterol.
While a relatively unassuming superfood, passion fruit is loaded with antioxidants such as vitamin C for your immune system, beta-carotene for your eyesight, and polyphenols which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Strawberries are an incredible source of vitamin C and manganese, and also contain vitamin B9 and potassium. They're rich in antioxidants and plant compounds, which some studies show benefit heart health and blood sugar control.
With 17x more antioxidants than blueberries and 60x more than spinach, matcha is a nutrient-filled powerhouse. Its amino acid content, ECGC concentration, and detoxifying properties derived from chlorophyll, prove it to be a true “super” food.
While usually consumed in small quantities, mint is a superfood everyone’s diet can benefit from. It’s filled with nutrients that benefit your body like vitamin A and antioxidants, and also contains a compound called menthol, which can aid with digestion.
Most commonly revered for its comforting taste, Cinnamon has much more to offer. Research has shown Ceylon cinnamon contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties meaning it lends invaluable support to your cardiovascular and immune systems.
Let’s be clear: we are 100% committed to only sourcing ethical, non-GMO ingredients. That means all of our ingredients come from farmers who use sustainable and equitable practices as well as refrain from using any kind of genetically modified products or seeds. Currently, our products are not certified organic although we do use some organic ingredients. This is because organic certification is expensive for farmers, ingredient suppliers and product manufacturers - so much so that it can end up negatively impacting those entities, particularly farmers as it creates an unrealistically high barrier to entry. Instead, we choose to source from farmers and suppliers who we know are using sustainable, ethical and environmentally-friendly practices regardless of whether or not they obtained the official certification.