Working Towards A Better Earth

We are dedicated to creating delicious food that’s also mindfully made and sourced.

Regenerative Agriculture

We are partnering with Leading Harvest, a third-party standard setter and certifier of sustainable farmland management practices, to verify regenerative agriculture practices within our supply chain for peppers, onions & tomatoes.

Sustainable Packaging

We've changed to a new bowl shape, which delivers the same amount of food while reducing the amount of space our package takes up! This allows us to deliver 25% more food on each truck and eliminates 88,000 pounds of cardboard each year which saves trees!

Join us on our journey!


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is regenerative agriculture and how are you partnering with Leading Harvest on it?

    Regenerative agriculture is an approach to farming that aims to improve soil health and soil fertility – as well as protecting water resources and biodiversity. Restoring soil health helps capture increased levels of carbon from the atmosphere in soils and plant biomass. Healthier soils are also more resilient to the impacts of climate change and can increase productivity of crops, helping improve farmers’ livelihoods and enhancing food security.

    We believe in taking a science-based approach to improving our supply chains. That’s why we’re excited to work with Leading Harvest, a non-profit organization that monitors and audits sustainable farming methods through their adaptable Farmland Management Standard. The Standard verifies sustainable outcomes across 13 principles, including conservation, protecting water resources, energy usage and climate change, biodiversity, and continual improvement.

    Leading Harvest also works directly with suppliers, providing training materials on their Standard appropriate for the suppliers’ farms, so they can gain certification through the Farmland Management Standard.

    In 2022, Sweet Earth began working with Leading Harvest towards certifying sustainable and regenerative farming practices in our tomato supply chain. Since then, we’ve expanded to onions and peppers, too.

    We’re excited about this first step with Leading Harvest and the potential it unlocks for future projects in our supply chain.

  • What have you done to your bowls packaging to make them “better for the earth” and how does it impact the earth?

    We’ve changed to a new bowl shape, which delivers the same amount of food while reducing the amount of space our package takes up. This allows us to deliver 25% more food with each delivery truck and saves 88,000 lbs of cardboard per year which saves trees!

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