ReGrained has grown up a lot as a business since our homebrewing days in college. This new logo is meant to convey the power of edible upcycling. It signals to the consumer that a product is powered by ReGrained.
We often think of eating “local” in terms of where our produce comes from, but where our shelved goods come from is also an important aspect of eating locally.
I’ve compiled a list of tips that anyone can apply today. Pick one or two at a time, baby steps. Start perhaps with #17, #18, and #4 - or wherever you like, just start!
Our atmosphere is undoubtedly our most important public good, but it is not being adequately protected. To limit climate warming to the critical threshold, we need to reduce worldwide GHG emissions by half over the next decade and to near net-zero emissions by midcentury. This is a complex problem that will require a cocktail of solutions. One ingredient to the solution is a voluntary contribution mechanism called carbon offsetting. Here's how it works.
Spring has finally sprung! The combination of great weather and Earth Week warrants a picnic, wherever you are!
There are a lot of reasons to feel optimistic right now. After reading this, we not only hope that you’ll agree, but that you’ll feel inspired to join us in action
In the spirit of Earth Week, we are continuing the conversation around global plastic usage and waste.
The first issue we’d like to highlight for Earth Day is an issue very close to our hearts: Food Waste.
This year we did not launch our newest innovation at Expo. Instead, we flipped the script and sought data with which to refine and perfect our offering.
Of more than 3,600 exhibitors, ReGrained was selected for displaying the utmost in innovation, integrity and inspiration and helping forward the work of the natural products industry to deliver more healthful, trusted and sustainable products to consumers.
If we are going to solve the packaging problem, we need to do it together. The time has come for less talk and more action.
I commit ReGrained to open collaboration and radical transparency on this matter indefinitely. Who is with us?
Many sustainably-minded shoppers struggle with the consumerism that surrounds the holidays. On the one hand, giving and receiving gifts is part of what makes this time of year so special. On the other hand, all the energy and resources that go into producing, packaging, and wrapping gifts makes us question the morality of it all.