We source our organic gluten-free oats from La Crosse Milling Co. in Wisconsin. They have been a staple in the oat-growing region for over 50 years, milling a variety of grains. They maintain organic, gluten-free, whole grain and non-GMO standards on their grains to provide the highest quality and environmentally sustainable products for their customers.
We source our all natural, organic cinnamon from TRIPPER, Inc. It is Tripper’s mission to minimize their carbon footprint, preserve biodiversity and conserve the environment from harvest, to home. The cinnamon is grown in Indonesia, the lush island nation provides the ultimate growing location for the spice and Tripper prides themselves on being the first company in the world to offer Fair for Life cinnamon.
We buy our organic chocolate chips from Agostoni Chocolate, a family company that has been passionately crafting all-natural artisan chocolate for over six decades. Agostoni sources cocoa beans from farms in Central America, South America, and Africa that use environmentally safe practices and support a good quality of life for farm communities. Agostoni’s commitment to sustainable agriculture reduces the consequences of improper chemical use including serious health risks to farmers, contamination of the local environment, and trace residues in the finished chocolate. Four drying centers have been established to improve cocoa bean quality and consistency and secure higher payments for farmers. All Agostoni chocolate and cocoa products are non-GMO and organic.
We source our MacroBar tray sleeves from Johnson Printing & Packaging, a company who shares our mission of using 100% renewable energy for production. Utilizing Xcel Energy's Windsource program, they ensure that only clean energy is used from the start of the design to the printing of finished product. This designates them as an EPA Green Power Partner. They are FSC Certified (Forest Stewardship Council), which means all materials used to produce our sleeves were responsibly sourced from the logger to the printer. In addition to being FSC-certified, they're also a part of the SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative) which means that all their fiber must be from non-controversial sources.
We source our organic maple sugar from Maple Valley Cooperative in Wisconsin. They have a thriving cooperative with a conscience owned by farmers, employees, customers, vendors and investors with a mission to produce and market the finest organic maple products with fair and sustainable methods while respecting their co-op members, the land and the community. They are local to GoMacro’s production headquarters with a dozen family farmers in the region who’ve passed along the craft of maple sugaring from one generation to the next. They are sustainable farming stewards committed to high-quality standards and inspired by their passion for their craft and their love of nature. This mission-oriented co-op, with just a single ingredient product - maple syrup - a superfood sweetener produced in small batches, certified organic, vegan friendly, kosher and allergen and gluten free, is a perfect responsible sourcing partner for us!
We carefully select wholesome, flavorful ingredients for all of our GoMacro products. We believe that natural food that is closer to the earth and less processed is healthier for the body and soul, which is why we only work with suppliers who meet our high standards for taste, certifications, and environmental stewardship. Our nutritious and delicious snacks help you feel your best while fueling positive change for the planet.
All of our ingredients are Certified Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Kosher, Non-GMO, C.L.E.A.N., and delicious!