OUR PRODUCTS ARE ALL NATURAL, ORGANIC, SUSTAINABLE, VEGAN AND CRUELTY-FREE.
We are a brand, a family and a farm that is redefining beauty through our unwavering commitment to sustainability.
ORGANICOur family has been committed to organic farming since the 1980’s - long before the term was a household phrase. We are an herbicide-free farm meaning our soil is extremely healthy plus we use all natural methods for fertilization including compost, cover crops, fertilizer and heat-treated chicken manure. We never test on animals and are Cruelty-Free PETA certified as well!
UpcyclingWe use 100% up-cycled plum kernels which were previously a waste byproduct on the family farm. We’ve committed ourselves to eliminating waste by discovering innovative and sustainable plum-based ingredients using byproducts from our 100-year-old organic family farm.
OUR INNOVATIVE SUSTAINABILITY PRACTICES
We use a revolutionary waste-water system called BioFiltro in order to treat our processing water. This water is altered to remove solids, then sprinkled over thick, layered beds of earthworms, wood shavings, and river rock. The worms digest the biomass and produce castings; the water filters through the layers, emerging for orchard use.
For over 10 years, our processing facility has been 100% solar powered. Solar power is one of the cleanest, most sustainable and most renewable resources in the world. It has also slashed our farm's energy bills and reduced our carbon footprint.
At the end of harvest, we also allow 2,000 goats to roam through the orchards eating down the excess cover crops which eliminates the need for machinery. Without heavy machinery, we reduce emissions and leave the soil healthier. Good for the goats, good for us. It’s a win-win.
Recycling your bottles and packaging is easy!
Our bottles are 100% recyclable although we encourage repurposing! Our secondary boxes are decorated using eco-friendly ink, while our corrugated mailers are made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified board. We also recycle all cardboard materials on the family farm.