Crunchy Pineapple Chips
Crunchy Pineapple Chips
You’ll be walking on sunshine with every bite of these crisp, golden pineapple chips. All the sugary tartness of pineapple without the sticky fingers, they’re pleasantly ridged and oh-so-crunchy.
Rhythm Superfoods is fighting hunger in its community and making non-stop improvements to its environmental accountability.
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Why we love it
Pineapples may have a rough exterior (and intimidatingly spiky hair), but once you get to know them, they’re sweet as can be. And okay, a little tart too, but we love them for it. To achieve their signature crunch, these tangy, slightly sour chips are dehydrated, then pressure popped for a satisfying thickness, with crests you can touch.
Allergens:Packaged in a facility that processes cashews.
- Community & Economic Development
- Poverty & Hunger
- Sustainable Agriculture
- TerraCycle Packaging
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How it does good
Turning up the volume on sustainable practices
In the US, one in six people are hungry. That’s an issue Rhythm Superfoods is out to address. By donating volunteer hours and products to their local food bank, they’re making food more accessible to those who need it. They also partner with a neighborhood school, made up of 90% low-income students, to grow fruits and vegetables in a community garden. Beyond their backyard, Rhythm holds its Mexico-based suppliers to strict standards, making sure all employees receive a living wage. And it’s not just people they're helping out. Rhythm follows regenerative agricultural and manufacturing practices that do right by the land through erosion-slowing cover crops, reusable shipping containers, and smart irrigation systems.
responsible sourcingRhythm's "sustainability scorecard" rewards biodiversity-enhancing practices, like crop rotation, USDA-certified pest management, and soil sampling, and they're committed to helping partners achieve higher scores. The score also cites fair wages and safety regulations.
supporting key causesRhythm volunteers over 120 hours to Central Texas Food Bank, which is more than 20,000 meals served. Through a community garden project with St. Elmo Elementary School, they're educating students on healthy eating habits and plant growth. Their founders also work with developing Austin-based companies to provide mentorship and entrepreneurial training.
low carbon footprintBy the end of 2021, they’ll claim 15% solar power, 15% growth of their water recycling program, and a 5% reduction of their carbon footprint. They’re working to build on these numbers in every year to come.