Women Owned Brands

  • 8 Track Foods

    8 Track Foods is a brand on a mission to design products that sustain our planet and feed our growing population.

  • Adoboloco

    Adoboloco is a family business dedicated to celebrating the old style Hawaiian "chili pepper water" hot sauce, using simple ingredients, and supporting local farmers and makers in their beloved Maui, Hawaii.

  • Banner Road

    Banner Road is where Chef Anne grew up on her family farm and observed the magic of farm to table with every meal.

  • Bee’s Wrap

    Bee’s Wrap started with a question: How could we eliminate plastics in our kitchen in favor of a healthier, more sustainable way to store our food?

  • Beth’s Farm Kitchen

    Beth’s Farm Kitchen was started by Beth Linskey, the author of a 1981 recipe book that still continues to be a customer favorite to this day.

  • Bionaturae

    Since 1995, bionaturæ® has remained a family-oriented, privately owned company, with a heartfelt devotion to quality and tradition.

  • Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve

    Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve is a small family-owned and operated company that began as a hobby and grew into something for everyone.

  • Chickapea

    This all organic company uses one single ingredient in their pastas—chickpeas.

  • Cocoa Santé

    A true celebration of the combination of delicious and nutritious, Cocoa Santé is made with all organic ingredients and supplies a flavor for everyone.

  • Core & Rind

    Core and Rind Cashew Cheesy Sauce was born from years of trial and error in their very own kitchens—no food labs and scientists involved here.

  • Cult Crackers

    Run by friends and co-founders, Birgitta and Dianna, Cult Crackers began out of their shared love for Birgitta's homemade, Swedish crackers.

  • DONA

    Slow-steeped in craft spices, DONA has built their brand on quality ingredients.

  • Earth Mama

    Earth Mama Organics believes that everyone, especially pregnant and postpartum women and their babies, can benefit from plant medicine.

  • Eat Makhana

    Eat Makhana was created to introduce water lily seeds, an ancient ayurvedic superfood, from India to the world.

  • ECOlunchbox

    ECOlunchbox was born of the idea that change can begin at lunchtime.

  • Farmhouse Lab

    Farmhouse Labs was founded by Daniela, a mother of two dedicated to helping busy families enjoy sustainable, plant-based meals effortlessly. Her high quality dressings are consciously sourced and crafted.

  • First Field

    First Field is a family-led organization created to do right by the one and only Jersey Tomato. They source high quality produce direct from growers every single harvest.

  • Georgia Grinders

    Inspired by her grandfather's recipe, Georgia Grinders strives to create extraordinary nut butters that honor their family's dedication to clean eating and healthy living.

  • Good Food for Good

    Good Food For Good was created to solve a busy mom's quest for convenient foods that were made with only ingredients you'd find in your kitchen. For every product sold, GOOD donates a meal to feed someone in need.

  • Green Mustache

    The story of Green Mustache began as a story shared by millions of moms—one about a child and her very particular eating habits (including a strong aversion to greens). Their snacks prove that healthy food can be delicious, fun and approachable for all.

  • Grey Ghost Bakery

    Grey Ghost’s recipes have been passed through the Frankstone family for years and years.

  • Homefree

    Homefree was founded by Jill Robbins, a mom of a child with food allergies. She sought to create cookies that everyone could enjoy, delicious and bursting with whole grain goodness.

  • Hope & Sesame

    The brand making the world’s most nutritious and sustainable plant milk, family-run business Hope & Sesame is on a mission to share the goodness of sesame milk.

  • Humble House

    These sauces come in a variety of flavors which pleases every palette at the dinner table, and don’t include any harmful ingredients.

  • Jar Goods

    Jar Goods started with $150 and a dream: to create a delicious, wholesome tomato sauce as good as homemade without the effort. Today, Jar Goods makes better straight-from-the-jar sauces for pasta and more.

  • Jovial Foods

    Jovial Foods, Inc. was founded by a husband and wife team who have always been passionate about food, farming, and traditions.

  • Kate’s Real Food

    Kate created her first product, energy bars, while she was skiing and needed sustainable energy to get her through the day.

  • King Arthur

    The King Arthur Baking Company believes in the power of baking to make a difference — for people and the planet.

  • Kitchen Garden Farm

    Founders Caroline and Tim are committed to reinvigorating American farmland by transitioning conventional acreage to organic.

  • LooHoo

    LooHoo is a chemical-free dryer ball made with wool sourced from Maine sheep farmers.

  • Madegood

    MadeGood® was started by three siblings to share a family’s love for good snacks, but it was also started to do some good in the world.

  • Maine Grains

    Maine Grains is committed to making the most delicious, nutritious foods with whole grains, and is bringing a once forgotten farming practice, and economy, back to life.

  • Masala Mama

    Founded on the deep and meaningful act of gathering around the table as a family, Masala Mama creates products that brings people together.

  • Meliora

    The story of Meliora starts with founder Kate studying for her Masters of Environmental Engineering, and questioning what ingredients were going into everyday cleaning products.

  • Mozaics

    The people behind Mozaics really popped off on this one: chips that flaunt the veggies they come from.

  • Partake Foods

    After being frustrated searching the grocery aisles for a perfect fit for her daughter, Denise Woodard knew she needed to create her own solution.

  • Pipsnacks

    The women-owned, minority-owned, family-owned, really great little thing called Pipsnacks.

  • Pulp Pantry

    Pulp Pantry founder Kaitlin Mongentale was inspired to find a solution for the waste created by fruit and vegetable juicing.

  • Quinn Foods

    Founded by a mother with a cause, Quinn Snacks was started in 2010 by Kristy—right in her Massachusetts kitchen.

  • Rhizome Tonic

    Rhizome's tonics were created because their founders wanted to get the benefits of fresh whole ginger and tumeric daily, but couldn't find anything that met their strict criteria.

  • Semolina Artisanal Pasta

    Semolina’s pastas are proof that great pasta doesn't have to be imported from Italy. They strive to make a product that is simply good, and because it’s made locally, good for the environment and the community.

  • Simple Mills

    Simple Mills believes clean, nutritious foods add up to a greater life. Started after Katlin Smith made the connection between what she ate and how she felt, the company is on a mission to enrich lives through simple, delicious, real foods.

  • SIMPLi

    Women- and POC-owned company SIMPLi is dedicated to ethical food sourcing for a better world. They put farmers first and continue to establish long-term relationships with them.

  • Squeak

    Squeak started small. Jayna was blogging and making videos about her safer cleaning products when requests for her products started rolling in.

  • Sqwishful

    Sqwishful started with an optimist who loves to clean but hates that most cleaning products don't leave the world cleaner.

  • Vejibag

    Created in 2013 by Sally Erickson, Vejibag was born out of necessity. She needed to keep veggies as fresh as possible from the time they were picked in her year-round, Eastport, Maine greenhouse until they were taken home by customers.

  • Women’s Bean Project

    Women's Bean Project is a Colorado 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission to change women’s lives by providing stepping stones to self-sufficiency through social enterprise.

  • ZipTop

    Zip Top was founded with the goal to bring an innovative, easy to use containers that would disrupt the dated use of harmful plastic waste.