1% for the Planet
As a partner with 1% for the Planet, we’re committing 1% of annual sales to environmental partners around the globe to give back for use of the planet’s resources. MegaFood’s Giving Strategy supports three main partners: National Young Farmers Coalition, Women’s Earth Alliance and Soil Carbon Accrual Project.
2022 Impact Report
As a B Corporation, we aren’t shy about our environmental and social responsibility. We are working hard to take bold action to create a healthier world - for people and the planet.
Committing to Regenerative Agriculture
Soil quality is depleting at an alarming rate, which is diminishing the nutrient levels of the food grown in it. As a result, most people aren’t getting the nutrients they need from food alone.¹ Regenerative agriculture can help solve this soil crisis, address climate change, & increase nutrient density. We’re working to make regenerative agriculture a reality for a better future.
Setting an Agricultural Standard
Our partner sourcing program focuses on 3 key areas: rebuilding the soil, conserving resources, and supporting thriving livelihoods. This allows us to work together with partners on shared goals to improve soil health and build thriving communities. Learn more about our Healthy Farm Standard.
Going Plastic Neutral for People and the Planet
Our world is obsessed with plastic and we know it’s dangerous to both people and the planet. We are excited to announce we are the first B-Corp vitamin and supplement company to be Plastic Neutral Certified by rePurpose Global. Through this partnership, we’ll enable the removal of 450,000 pounds of nature-bound plastic waste. For every pound of plastic our brand generates, rePurpose Global will remove an equivalent amount of additional, verified plastic waste from the environment.
We're excited to have earned a spot on Business NH Magazine's Best Companies to Work For Hall of Fame in 2023!
Fair employment practices
With the goal to enable a thriving workforce, we make sure all our employees are treated fairly paid above living wage.
¹ Where do Americans get their nutrients?" Journal of Nutrition 2011. 141:1847-1854