Nature’s Path Becomes First Canadian Company to make 100% Fairtrade cocoa commitment using the Fairtrade Sourced Ingredient Program

May 7, 2021

Richmond, B.C. (May 7th, 2021) – In recognition of World Fair Trade Day on May 8th, Nature’s Path, North America’s largest certified organic breakfast and snack food company is excited to announce it is deepening its Fairtrade commitments through the Fairtrade Sourced Ingredient program (FSI). Since 2012, Nature’s Path has exclusively sourced 100% organic Fairtrade cacao for all its Nature’s Path, EnviroKidz and Love… Read More

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Take a Break from Corny!

November 30, 2020

Tired of corny? Looking for a fresh new, tasty alternative? You’re in luck! Que Pasa – the B.C. based tortilla chip brand – is proud to introduce its new line of Grain Free tortilla chips. Read More

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Nature’s Path Successfully Delivers 1MM Bowls of Donated Organic Food To U.S. and Canadian Food Banks

November 17, 2020

Nature’s Path – the first-ever certified organic cereal manufacturer in North America and leading breakfast and snack food company – has successfully delivered more than one million bowls worth of donated food to 10 U.S. and Canadian organizations. In addition to the donated goods, Nature’s Path has raised more than $335,000 for their food bank partners and in addressing food insecurity, which is hitting record levels in the wake of the pandemic.  Read More

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Nature’s Path Foods Celebrates National Nacho Day on November 6th with Que Pasa

November 4, 2020

Since 1943, nachos have won the hearts of millions of snackers across North America. Originally created by Ignacio “Nacho” Anaya as a crunchy snack with fried tostada triangles covered in melted cheese and sliced jalapeños to serve to U.S. Army wives in Fort Duncan, the recipe has made its way to homes and restaurants across the southwestern region of the U.S. and eventually to sports stadiums and street fairs across North America earning viral fandom for its unique blend of flavours and textures. Read More

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Musings from Our Founder Arran Stephens on Regenerative Agriculture

October 26, 2020

It seems that every day another company is announcing its commitment to Regenerative Agriculture in an effort to address climate change. In the last few decades of false starts and opportunistic profiteering muddying the waters of the soil health movements, we’ve observed the proliferation of label claims like “natural” and “sustainable” that have no proper definition, with no standards and no certification or oversight. Read More

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