Since the beginning, we've challenged ourselves to make a net positive impact in our community, on our planet, and in the lives of our customers and business partners.

After years of dreaming of the day when we'd be able to start doing more to give back, we're finally there.

In 2019, we began working closely with TerraCycle's Loop closed-loop grocery market, helping to launch the world's first reusable packaging for peanut and nut butter.

In 2020, we devoted ourselves to two important causes - alleviating food deserts and empowering young athletes in disadvantaged environments - through our partnerships with Food For Free and Philadelphia City Rowing. Between these two organizations, we provided over $3500 worth of combined finances and nut butter to help them achieve their goals - and look forward to doing so again in the future.

In 2021, we continued our partnership with Loop until the end of their online store program, and expand our partnerships with Philadelphia City Rowing and TerraCycle by offering new packaging formats that are fully integrated with TerraCycle's recycling programs. Additionally, we joined forces with 1% For The Planet and ShoppingGives to donate a full 2% of our yearly revenue to nonprofits dedicated to improving our planet and the lives of the people who inhabit it. During the months of September and October, following the introduction of Texas' SB8 abortion ban, we worked with our online and Loop store customers to raise over $250 to support the Yellowhammer Fund, and Alabama-based abortion rights and women's reproductive health group that focuses on providing and improving womens' access to essential health services in the southern United States.