At Nutiva, we are working with Common Vision to plant an orchard of fruit trees in every public elementary, middle, and high school in Richmond by 2016.
by Gretchen Grani
Helping People Do Great Things
We recently created the Nutiva Nourish Foundation to strengthen the capabilities and permanence of Nutiva’s philanthropic pursuits. We are excited about this development because it gives us the opportunity to support initiatives that we are passionate about and contribute in a meaningful way.
Our virgin organic coconut oil comes from the Philippines, where there was a major typhoon on November 8, 2013. We’ve received many questions from our community about what this might mean for our coconut oil supply. The effect of Typhoon Haiyen has been devastating. More than 5,600 lives were claimed and more than 4 million people […]
The farmers market is becoming a familiar place to people of all walks of life. Organic foodies, lovers of all things local and parents looking for the best choices for their children can all find a happy home at the farmers market. But if you’ve never visited your local market, you may be curious about […]
For three days, 30 Richmond youth showed up at Nutiva’s headquarters to run, dribble, pass, rebound, defend, shoot and swish. For a brief time, Nutiva staff members left their forklifts, production lines, and desks to run drills, check in, serve healthy snacks, and observe all the fun. Above all, the camp provided opportunities for the […]
Richmond Grows, a non-profit providing seeds to the community through the Richmond Public Library’s Seed Lending Program, got some well-deserved press on NBC Nightly News. Under the program, residents “borrow” seeds and plant them, let some plants go to seed, and then return some of these next generation seeds for others to borrow. Nutiva has […]