Meet our farmers
Have ya ever squeezed out a couple of happy tears after shooting a ‘Feel Mo’ Betta’ wellness shot? It’s all about that ginger! La Campiña is a socially and environmentally conscious collective of organic growers located in the Satipo and Chanchamayo regions of Peru. The collective works to uplift local ginger farmers and their communities by providing access to consistent distribution channels. Grown in a unique territory of the Amazonian highlands, the ginger provides 3X the essential oil concentration compared to other varieties grown around the globe. That means 3X the anti-inflammatory properties and 3X as many reasons to smile.
Featured in: Feel Mo’ Betta, Belly Boost, Glow Up, Chard Knock Life, Tropical Roots, Strawberry Fields, Rainbow Greens
Colwell Thundering Herd Ranch
When you lay your lips on the euphoric juice made from the mandarins grown by Rich and Nancy Colwell -- well, your taste buds just may give you a standing ovation. Nestled at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range near Lake Tahoe, their hillside ranch enjoys a southern exposure with warm days and cool nights. It is the perfect climate for growing mind-blowing citrus fruit. With great pride, three generations of the Colwell family have been hand picking and packing their tree-ripened citrus since 1984 to ensure the highest possible quality and flavor. Needless to say, we’ve tasted them and seen the light!
Featured in: Cali Orange
Jacobs Farm del Cabo
Organic Basil, Organic Mint, Organic Cilantro
As one of the first certified organic farms, Jacobs Farm del Cabo is passionate about benefiting people, communities, and the environment for generations to come through good, healthy food. In 1980, husband and wife co-founders Larry Jacobs and Sandra Belin began farming on just 8 acres of coastal Pescadero, California land. Today Jacobs Farm del Cabo still farms a bounty of fresh, organic herbs along the coast of California, as well as delicious organic veggies spanning the full length of the Baja California Peninsula and into Mainland Mexico. Jacobs Farm del Cabo provides organic farming training and a sustainable quality of life to over 1,250 farming families within 14 regional communities there. Now that is some serious community love and a social impact we can get behind!
Featured in: Apple Bottom Greens, Glow Up and Pep In Ya' Step
Organic Rainbow Chard, Organic Lacinato Kale
What qualifies someone as an OG organic farmer? How about holding CCOF (California’s organic certifier) registration #1! Dale Coke started farming in 1980, with just ¼ acre of organic strawberries in the Salinas valley. Since then, the Coke family has expanded their growers base to include over 70 other organic family farms. Those farms range from 5 to 100 acres, and all share in the original Coke Family mission: to provide delicious, healthy, organic produce not only as a service to its customers, but also for the betterment of the environment and the health of its hard-working employees.
Featured In: Chard Knock Life, Apple Bottom Greens, and Rainbow Greens
Kauai Organic Farms
Turns out, heaven-on-earth just so happens to be an organic turmeric farm. Located on the beautiful North Shore of Kauai (Hawaii’s ‘Garden Island’), Kauai Organic Farms enjoys mineral-rich volcanic soil, year round sunshine, and pristine rainwater. The growing conditions produce some of the most vibrant and nutrient-dense turmeric on Earth — the likes of which make us wanna do celebratory backflips into a big pool of ‘Tropical Roots’. For decades, Kauai Organic has been operated as a family farm. Today, they are committed to carrying on the tradition of treasuring the landscape, respecting nature, and producing crops in an organic, biodynamic, and holistic way.
Featured in: Tropical Roots, Hawaiian Healer, and Strawberry Fields
Sespe Creek Organic
Organic Valencia Oranges, Organic Lemons
Meet the growers behind the magic in our ‘Cali Orange’ and ‘Blood Orange Bliss’ juices! Sespe Creek is an organic family farm located in Ventura County, CA where a mild coastal climate and alluvial soil produces some of the most incredible citrus fruit on the planet. Founded in 1982, Sespe Creek is still owned and operated by its founder, John Wise, one of the early pioneers in California’s organic growers community. Sespe proudly uses a no-till farming method to help sequester carbon and keep soils healthy — now that’s a win-win for you and the planet!