Our Environmental Impact
Our commitment to a better tomorrow is what drives our business—we are continuously innovating to make our packaging eco-friendly and our supply chain sustainable, we work with accredited organizations to advocate for change, and we partner with farmers that are at the forefront of sustainable agriculture, putting farmer education programs into place that provide the resources and support our partners need.
Net Zero by 2050
Our planet is in trouble—sobering headlines and concerning reports around climate change have brought to light a less-than-happy future for everyone. But there’s good news: it’s not too late, and together we can make changes to ensure we are leaving behind a better world for our children.
That’s why we’re sharing our commitment to Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050 to help fight climate change. Net Zero carbon means reducing our full-scope greenhouse gas emissions as much as possible and then investing in carbon removals to neutralize the residual emissions.
Our journey to Net Zero begins where everything we do begins: at the organic farms that grow our ingredients; and it continues into everything we do from there—at the plants where our ingredients are blended, how we package them, and how they’re transported from our food kitchens to your homes.
Read on to learn more about the steps we’re taking to achieve Net Zero:
Join the Climate Change Challenge!
Eager to get your family involved in combating climate change? Here are three impactful ways that you can make a difference:
Let your legislators know that climate action matters! We've partnered with Ceres—a leading nonprofit organization—to launch a campaign to urge Congress to support investments in regenerative and climate smart agriculture, which can, at scale, help reverse the climate crisis. Join us by taking action now!*
Vote with your dollars and shop B Corp! B Corp brands balance people and planet with profit and must meet strict requirements to be certified.
Take small but impactful actions in your daily life. To start, you can try incorporating more plant-based meals into your diet. Need ideas how? Our Happy Baby Experts share tasty recipes here!
Innovating Through Packaging
Pouches currently cannot be recycled, and it will require systemic change on a global scale—we’re innovating, partnering, and advocating to develop the infrastructure needed to recycle this type of packaging and to keep plastic out of landfills and oceans.