USDA Organic certification means that each of our products adheres to strict governmental criteria, so you can rest assured that all our organic ingredients are produced with no synthetic chemicals or irradiation. Our Gluten-Free certification verifies that every one of our products is cultivated, processed, and transported to ensure that we have genuinely 100% certified Gluten-Free spices, herbs, and seasonings. Additionally, our company is, certified Vegan, which means that all of our processing is done without the use of animal byproducts and We also use 100% biodegradable packaging; when recycled, our boxes will break down and naturally cycle back into nature. We are also powered by 100% Renewable Energy.

Our facility and products, along with the farms that we source from, undergo rigorous third-party certifications to ensure that we consistently exceed the highest standards in product quality and environmental sustainability.


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USDA Organic

No synthetic chemicals, radiation or GMO's. Just 100% USDA Organic certified flavor. Good for you. Good for your family. Good for the planet.

NON-GMO Project Verified

We're a proud member of the NON GMO project verified.

OU Kosher Certified

We're Certified 100% kosher under the supervision of the Kashruth Division of the Orthodox Union.

Gluten Free

When we say "Gluten Free" we mean it. Our products are tested, certified and packed in a dedicated gluten-free facility. Peace of mind never tasted so good. 

BeVeg Vegan Certified

We're Certified Vegan by independent third-party BeVeg, validating that our products are Vegan, which means free from animal ingredients, 100% plant-based and cruelty-free.  


100% Renewable Energy

We have partnered with East Bay Community Energy - a local public power agency - to transition both of our Fremont facilities to 100% renewable energy from California. 

Green Business

Why do we use 100% biodegradable packaging? And encourage sustainable farming? And get certified as a green business? Ask your great-grandchildren. The real question is, why doesn't everyone?