Honest to Goodness creamers are licensed vegan, keto-friendly, licensed gluten-free and Non-GMO Project verified. The merchandise characteristic almond milk from an almond provider that helps pollinators, natural sugar from Brazil, coconut oil from the Philippines, vanilla from Madagascar and salt from the Himalayas. The plant-based creamers can be found in three globally-inspired varieties: Madagascan Vanilla Bean, Unsweetened Madagascan Vanilla and Himalayan Salted Caramel.
Founded on a mission to help native communities the place its elements are sourced, Honest to Goodness partnered with EARTHDAY.ORG’s The Canopy Project in Madagascar — the place its vanilla is grown — to work with native tree planting companions to have interaction with the neighborhood to advertise agroforestry, environmental literacy and financial improvement.
“We partner with like-minded brands and companies to bring environmental and societal impact at scale to remote communities and villages where ingredients are commonly sourced, and where the people and the planet deserve care and dedication,” stated David Van Siclen, EARTHDAY.ORG’s enterprise improvement supervisor. “Every acre planted through this program will not only help restore degraded forests but aim to provide meaningful income to local Madagascar families.”
“In creating Honest to Goodness, we were passionate about developing a unique plant-based creamer that tastes delicious and also gives back to the planet and regions where we source our ingredients.” — Olivia Sanchez, Danone North America
By the top of the yr, Honest to Goodness plans to supply all its vanilla from Madagascar by way of Tambatra, a community-owned cooperative created with help from the Livelihoods Funds. The Livelihoods Funds is investing in a partnership with a Malagasy nonprofit that helps vanilla farmers have extra management over the preliminary phases of vanilla bean processing, acquire transparency into vanilla bean pricing and entry to long-term vanilla bean patrons, enhance yields and diversify crops by way of deployment of agroforestry and different sustainable agriculture practices, and have interaction within the conservation of pure ecosystems close to their farms.
“In creating Honest to Goodness, we were passionate about developing a unique plant-based creamer that tastes delicious and also gives back to the planet and regions where we source our ingredients,” stated Olivia Sanchez, vp of selling for espresso creamers at Danone North America. “We are on a mission to bring goodness to your coffee cup, and when you sip our globally-inspired flavors, know that we are committed to making measurable, positive impact in the communities where our high-quality ingredients are grown.”
Honest to Goodness espresso creamers can be found in 16-oz cartons through Amazon Fresh and Fresh Direct for $3.99 every. Global Variety Packs can be found through Amazon.com and priced at $12 per pack.