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Pulp is the healthiest part of the healthiest foods: the fiber of fruits and vegetables, or whole fruits and vegetables minus the juice. We like to call it a sustainable superfood.

Pulp is made when fruits and vegetables are cold-pressed to produce two parts: juice and the high fiber “pomace:” or, as we call it, “pulp.

By some estimates, pulp contains nearly 95% of the fiber, ⅔ less sugar, and ½ the nutrients of whole fresh fruits and vegetables.

Get the prebiotic, digestive benefits of eating your fruits and vegetables without all of the sugar. That’s what we’re talking about!

We love our amazing partners! We've worked with SujaProject Juice, Juice FarmMade with Love Wellness, to name a few. Shout out to these brands for making big strides in sustainability by working with us.

Pulp is 95% of the fiber of whole fresh fruits and vegetables, and contains nearly 2/3 less sugar. It's a carbohydrate that the body can’t digest. Fiber helps regulate the body’s use of sugars, helping to keep hunger and blood sugar in check. We should be eating 20 to 30 grams of fiber per day for good health, but less than 1 in 10 Americans are eating their daily servings. Eating more fiber in your diet can reduce the risk of developing various conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, diverticular disease, and constipation.

There are 2 types of fiber:

Soluble fiber. The kind that dissolves in water, and can help lower glucose levels as well as help lower blood cholesterol. Apples are an example of a soluble fiber source.Insoluble fiber. This kind does not dissolve in water, but helps move food through your digestive system, promoting regularity and helping prevent constipation. Carrots are a great example!

If you nerd out on this stuff (we do, too), you might enjoy this report.

We source organic fruit and vegetable pulp from our suppliers. As a small-batch business, it’s something we have the luxury to do - studies show that eating organic is better for you, and for the planet.

We’d like to note that while we prefer to source organic for people and planet, we’re also passionate about the accessibility of our products, or making them affordable for everyone. Down the road, as we grow and expand our pulp needs, we may not be able to source exclusively organic any longer. We're eliminating food waste, one veg at a time, and hopefully transforming the industry to make organics accessible to everyone as we grow. But our priorities are clear. We're here to bring fruits and vegetables to the people, first and foremost. And the fact is, most of the U.S. land is used for growing conventional crop (only about 0.8% of cropland is certified organic!). That being said, we're not 100% organic - as but organic wherever possible (or accessible).

As a small biz, we don’t have any of the certifications to show for our hard work sourcing quality ingredients you can get behind. One day, we certainly hope to take that on!

Rest assured - we source organic ingredients whenever possible (which is most all of the time), and everything we make is gluten-free and produced in a gluten-free facility. We’re not yet certified Kosher but we use all Kosher-certified ingredients, we are plant-based, and produced in a plant-based manufacturing facility. Let us know if you have any other dietary concerns and we'll be happy to help. Plus, we love to chat all things nutrition and learn about what our community values when it comes to food.

We've partnered with Renewal Mill and their sourcing partner, Hodo Foods, to incorporate a sustainable, higher-fiber, higher-protein flour into our products. The flour that contains soy is called okara flour, and it's the fibrous byproduct of Hodo's tofu manufacturing, which Renewal Mill then dries into a nutritious flour. Hodo sources their product meticulously: they use fresh, certified organic soybeans and plants grown on American farms they know and trust, which makes our job easy.

We wish we didn't have to add oils, but the oil helps us to dry out the fresh pulps we incorporate into our product, bringing you the fresh crunchy delight of a snackable chip. We use high-oleic (heat tolerant, monounsaturated fats - the healthier kind), non-gmo sunflower oil to make our products. Our chips don't contain oil in the base formula - rather, they're baked at high temps for a short time, then flash-fried in oil to complete drying and bring you a crispy crunch.

We went to great lengths to make sure our packaging was the smallest size and thinnest (i.e. less material used) as possible - which means you're getting a bag that's packed with chips, not air. Less Space = Less Waste. Our bag is as much as half the size of other 5 ounce chip bags, and that was entirely intentional!

However, our packaging is not made from biodegradable or compostable materials. Trust us, we're working on it! For now, we've become one of the first companies with Plastic Neutral Certification in partnership with rePurpose Global. This means that for every ounce of plastic that we produce, we fund recycling programs to take the same amount of plastic out of the environment. 

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