Naturally Fermented Persimmon Vinegar

New

Naturally Fermented Persimmon Vinegar

Figure Ate

New

Naturally Fermented Persimmon Vinegar

Figure Ate

Persimmons are way underrated, but this naturally fermented vinegar is bringing them back into the limelight with its unique yet familiar taste. I mean, you can only expect the best when persimmons are hailed as “divine fruit.”

Sustainable goodness

The food brand of White Buffalo Land Trust, Figure Ate partners with farmers and producers rooted in regenerative agriculture and they're constantly innovating to reach goals of zero waste.

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Why we love it

Vinegar is a staple in any pantry, especially this naturally fermented persimmon vinegar. On top of being a regenerative superfood that your body loves, your first bottle will spark a love affair with persimmon. Especially if you’re new to this special fruit. And it’s so versatile, you might leave apple cider vinegar in the dust.

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How it does good

Achieving yum and yang

After nearly 200 years of industrial agriculture, the shrinking menu on offer is lacking the nutrient density it once had, and it’s degraded the land on which that food is produced. Figure Ate believes that just as our modern food system has harmed the planet, how we eat can heal it. They partner with regenerative farms and producers to create regionally-sourced, regionally-inspired products that rebuild the connection between our health and Mother Earth. True to their word, Figure Ate gives back to groups that support regenerative agriculture and is growing a community of partners aligned with their values.

  • responsible sourcing

    Figure Ate never hides any questionable ingredients or chemicals in their food. Moreover, they work directly with producers who are certified organic and going beyond organic agriculture requirements to regenerate their land by building healthy soil, improving water resources, and increasing biodiversity. They strive for partnership with the farmers and ranchers they source from, paying fair prices and working with them year after year to improve their land health.
  • low carbon footprint

    Figure Ate manages their farm and ranch land with carbon farming techniques. They also regularly collect data on their soil to track its ability to sequester carbon.
  • supporting key causes

    Born out of the White Buffalo Land Trust, a non-profit dedicated to regenerative agriculture, Figure Ate sends them proceeds to continue promoting better farming. They’re also growing their expanding network of producers and customers rooted in regenerative principles and practices. Figure Ate is also an accredited hub of the Savory Institute, a global organization focused on holistic management and the restoration of the world's grasslands.
  • recyclable packaging

    Figure Ate’s goal is to use packaging and shipping materials that return to the land without harm. Nearly all of their packaging meets their zero-waste goal and they're continually working to improve and innovate.

How to use it

Use this vinegar like its apple cider vinegar. Add to water as a morning tonic or mix into homemade dressings.

When you're done...

Good news! The glass bottle is curbside recyclable, and the birchwood-and-cork cap is compostable.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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