Kosher is a niche market that continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Companies recognize the value of the kosher logo as an extremely important tool to enhance their products’ marketability.
“Often labels will sport an ‘O’ with a ‘U’ inside. This is the stamp of approval of the largest kosher-certification body, and basically means there’s no need to read the label….” –Wall Street Journal
Working with OU will propel your brand’s to the top of kosher consumers’ consciousness.
Our almonds come straight from the fertile fields of California’s Central Valley. California does more than grow the majority of the world’s almonds – it grows the best almonds available anywhere.
Originally native to northeastern Brazil, the cashew tree is now common in many tropical areas. Once largely ignored in favor of other nuts, cashews began to increase in popularity in the early 20th century because of their unique flavor and mouthfeel
Rice is one of the main sources of nutrition for billions of people – nearly half the world’s population relies upon it. Rice is easy to digest, making it the perfect base for your everyday alternative to dairy.
Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 25 grams of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease. And because soybeans require less water and energy to grow than other forms of protein, soymilk is a good choice for the planet as well.
Sprouted rice is just like the traditional rice enjoyed around the world – with one big difference. Sprouting is the practice of germinating seeds to allow tiny sprouts to form at the end of the grain, enhancing the absorption of nutrients by the body.
With their “unique” hairy brown shell, who would think that coconuts have so much goodness inside? Coconuts contain medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs) that are more readily metabolized than long chain fatty acids and ultimately support metabolism.