Life is complicated.
Eating well shouldn't be.
We take pride in keeping things simple.
We believe in creating clean-label products with ingredients you can easily understand and pronounce.
No surprises. No confusion. Just real food.
Our superstar ingredient, pulp, makes it easy.
Well, what is pulp?
Pulp is what's left after the juice is removed from the whole fruit or vegetable.
It's THE hunger-fighting, gut-healthy fiber.
It's full of prebiotics, which are the food for the good bacteria in your gut (probiotics), helping them to grow and helping you to absorb and digest essential nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
And the fun doesn't stop there...pulp also contains HALF the nutrients of the whole fruit or vegetable, and just ⅓ of the sugar.
What's in a bag
Take a look below to see what's in a bag. Spoiler alert: it's 80% fruit, veggie, and nut pulp. A little bit of dates to bind and coconut sugar for that oh-so-satisfying crunch. Spices to jazz things up. And...that's it.
Your mama always told you carrots were good for your eyes. As it turns out, that's not all they're good for —they're a nutritional powerhouse, packed with calcium, iron, and fiber. Make like a bunny rabbit and munch on!
An apple a day keeps the doctor away...and apple pulp does one better, bringing even more fiber to the table! It also contains important phytonutrients antioxidants that may help reduce the risk of cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease.
These magical veggies contain nutrients that may help lower your blood pressure, fight cancer and inflammation. Fun fact: many Olympic athletes eat beets before competing to help improve their stamina!
These guys may be small, but they are sure are mighty— each serving has 10 g of protein, 3 g of fiber, and minerals that help support bone, blood and immune system like phosphorus, iron and zinc. Fun fact: they also can help with sleep and anxiety!
A longtime baseball favorite, sunflower seeds are delicious on and off the diamond. Sunflower seeds are full of vitamin E, magnesium and selenium, which provide tremendous anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular benefits.
Sesame seeds are full of all sort sof important nutrients, but uniquely contain 2 special substances: sesamin and sesamolin. These fibers help to lower cholesterol, prevent high blood pressure, increase vitamin E, and protect the liver from oxidative damage!
These little beans are one of the oldest consumed crops in the world, and it's no wonder — they are a tremendous source of fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals. That's why they're used in many healing diets, including Ayurvedic diets and the Mediterranean diet!
Coconut oil has been hailed lately as a miracle food, a designation that isn't without merit—it's high in healthy fats that provide your brain and body with fast energy, and can also raise the levels of good cholesterol in your blood (which reduce your risk for heart disease!).
Unlike refined sugar, coconut sugar retains nutrients from the coconut palm including iron, zinc, calcium and potassium. It also has a lower glycemic index than glucose, meaning it won't spike your blood sugar the way regular sugar does!
We like to keep things interesting. Spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and turmeric help us to create bold flavor profiles that perfectly complement our fruits, veggies, and seeds.