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Ingredients Grown, Not Made

If it didn’t come from nature, we don’t put it in our products.

We believe that natural food that is closer to the earth and less processed is healthier for the body and soul. That’s why we carefully select fresh, wholesome and delicious ingredients for all of our GoMacro products. We source 100% plant-based ingredients from organic and non-GMO certified growers who follow sustainable farming practices. Our nutritious and delicious snacks serve as the perfect way to keep you fueled throughout the day.

All of our ingredients are Certified Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Kosher, non-GMO, C.L.E.A.N., R.A.W. and delicious!

Sustainable Growing Practices & Fair Trade

We meticulously review and exclusively select sources that grow ingredients using organic, sustainable farming practices. Here are some of our featured suppliers.

La Crosse Milling Co

La Crosse Milling Co

Cochrane, WI

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.

Tripper Cinnamon

TRIPPER, Inc.

Sumatra, Kerinci

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.

Agostoni Chocolate

Agostoni Chocolate

Como, Italy

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, organic and fair trade.

Johnson Printing & Packaging

Johnson Printing & Packaging Corporation

Minneapolis, MN

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.

Our Commitment

We believe climate change affects us all and have partnered with Climate Collaborative to take action to reduce our impact.

  • Agriculture

    Agriculture

    In order to rebalance the natural carbon cycle, we evaluate sustainable farming practices of all of our ingredient suppliers as part of our supplier approval program.

  • Energy Efficiency

    Energy Efficiency

    We are committed to energy efficiency by executing a variety of programs at our production facility in Viola, WI. We utilize LED lighting in our warehouse and parking lot and use occupancy sensors to only use lighting when rooms are being used. In addition, we are working with Sustainable Engineering Group to attain our LEED certification.

  • Food Waste

    Food Waste

    To reduce food waste in our production facility, we donate food scrap to local farms to be repurposed as animal feed. We also have an internal composting program, encouraging employees to properly dispose of food waste in our breakrooms.

  • Forests

    Forests

    We help protect forests by using 100% post-consumer recycled packaging material and FSC certified paper products for our sales and marketing print materials. In our production facility, we bail all of our excess cardboard that is picked up by a local recycling facility in Wisconsin. As part of our carbon offset program through carbonfund.org, we have been responsible for planting over 45,000 trees in the past three years.

  • Packaging

    Packaging

    We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment by using labels manufactured from 100% post-consumer waste and compostable trays to package our bars. Each year, we recycle 6.5 tons of plastic pails used to transport our nut butters in our production facility.

  • Team Green

    Team Green

    At GoMacro, we have an internal team that continually measures and monitors our consumption of natural resources in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint. The team consists of a member of each department, including our CEO.

  • Renewable Energy

    Renewable Energy

    In 2018, we will be installing a roof-top solar array that is projected to generate 2/3rds of our current energy consumption for the production facility. On the GoMacro family farm, power is generated from geothermal energy.

  • Short Lived Climate Pollutants

    Short Lived Climate Pollutants

    We are committed to reducing short lived climate pollutants by using low-impact refrigerants and purchasing from farmers who use best practices for reducing their methane output.

  • Transportation

    Transportation

    We are committed to reducing the climate impact of transporting our products through logistics optimization. We consolidate our shipments with nearby Organic Valley to reduce the number of trucks on the road. To offset the carbon footprint of our transportation activities we partner with a variety of reforestation projects.