An Organic Education

What’s the deal with being organic? We get this question ALL. THE. TIME. 

Just a few years the term “organic” was so misunderstood. The natural food stores were viewed as bougie and expensive and not for the everyday shopper. The organic section of “regular” stores was the expensive section and often avoided. 

Then *poof* all things organic were IN and the education behind it is slowly catching up. 

If you’ve been paying attention you know that our coffee is certified organic and we wanted to take a minute to dive into the importance of that label. Becoming certified organic is a PROCESS let me tell ya, but being able to give you all the best of the best is what we’ve set out to do and we won’t let you down. 

So we have the label - so what? When you see a product is certified organic here’s what you’re being guaranteed: 

  1. There are no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides 
  2. Nothing was genetically engineered
  3. Animals are being organically grown fed 
  4. Animals are not being treated with synthetic hormones or antibiotics 
  5. Animals have access to outside + pastures 
  6. There is no cloning 

As a coffee company we clearly don’t encounter the components that include animals, BUT we do emphasize the importance of our coffee beans being grown without any modifications. They are grown in an environment that allows them to grow as is, without modifications, pesticides, or chemicals that could cause further harm. 

Being in the coffee industry and learning all of this as we go, we’ve come to appreciate the way our body is able to tell us what it needs. We’ve listened and created a brand that takes the components that matter to it’s drinkers - gut health, clean ingredients, gentle on the stomach, no jitters - and created the best. 

Organic + low acidic, we’ve got you covered. 

Keep reading your labels and educating yourself on the ways what you fuel your body with affect it and if you ever have any questions, give us a holla! 

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