When it comes to nutritious snacks, we will always come back to almonds. Crunchy with a slightly sweet finish, we enjoy a handful (or two, or three) pretty much daily.
Maisie Jane's uses water-saving, solar-powered irrigation practices in their family almond orchards.
Why we love it
Do you ever get overwhelmed trying to choose the right almonds? Us, too. It can be hard to know which bag to buy. Maisie Jane's is one of our favorites because their almonds aren't just fresh and crunchy, they're sustainably harvested and packaged using renewable energy. As an added bonus, their farmers plant wildflowers throughout the orchard to attract and protect bees. Does it get any more heartwarming than that?
How it does good
Fewer carbon emissions, more bees
From harvesting to packaging, Maisie Jane's makes it a priority to protect our earth. It starts on their farms. They plant wildflowers around their nut orchards to attract bees and sustainably harvest honey. Once the goods are harvested, they're brought to a processing facility that runs on 100% Green-e® Energy Certified renewable energy.
responsible sourcingMaisie Jane's plants wildflowers throughout their orchards to attract and protect bees.
low carbon footprintAll of Maisie Jane's products are processed and packaged using certified renewable energy sources. This helps them lower their carbon footprint.
supporting key causesMaisie Jane's donates to to the youth organization Future Farmers of America. They support emerging leaders in agricultural business, science, and technology.