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#Nutiva #FanFriday on Instagram

We might be biased, but we do believe that Nutiva fans are the best fans in the world! Not only have you helped us revolutionize the way the world eats, but you have shared with us all the ways in which you are doing so. We have enjoyed this so much that we decided to […]


You Have the Power to Help Change the Food System

by Sarah Kay Hoffman Power, strength and courage typically comes from a place deep within because of life’s circumstances and experiences. These are the circumstances and experiences that give us the power to help change the current food system. Every single one of our voices counts, and this became evident at the Shiftcon Media Conference our […]


Growing Tomorrow’s Leaders

A Nutiva Foundation Program to Empower Youth By Gretchen Grani At Nutiva, we support several youth-leadership focused nonprofits through the Nutiva Foundation. These nonprofits create meaningful experiences for youth and at the same time teach important life and job skills. As a result of participating in the programs, these young people gain confidence, knowledge and […]


Heirloom Festival

We were excited to be a sponsor of last week’s Heirloom Festival in Sonoma County, CA.  It was an amazing celebration of the pure food movement, heirloom vegetables and anti-GMO activism. Our CEO John Roulac spoke as did Vani Hari, aka the Food Babe.  Overall, there were approximately 100 speakers focusing on soil health, non-GMO advocacy, […]


Students are Thriving at the Tamesna School in Niger

At Nutiva, we believe that all kids deserve access to healthy food and education, which is why we support The Nomad Foundation through our 1% giving program. 1% of Nutiva’s sales are donated to sustainable agricultural and environmental programs throughout the world. We’ve donated $2 million so far!


Planting School Orchards in Richmond, CA with Common Vision

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.