Published on: June 17, 2020
Boulder, Colo. June 17, 2020 — Expanding its community of dedicated brand partners, Palm Done Right announces the addition of the Original SuperFood brand, Let There Be Hemp. Mission-based educational platform Palm Done Right and the company behind the it, Natural Habitats, are thrilled to partner with a brand that is committed to quality ingredients sourced from farmers and processors that take sustainability seriously.
Hemp is a true superfood because it is high in protein, fiber and fatty acids and has a complete amino acid profile. A sustainable crop, hemp offers plant-based nutrition that is loaded with macronutrients (omega 3 and 6) and meets all current dietary trends including Keto, Low FODMAP, Grain-free, Vegan and Whole Foods. Hemp’s versatility allows the company to focus on unlocking the nutritious and delicious potential in each and every one of its products.
“As a better-for-you snack company, we believe in using the highest quality ingredients that are sourced from farmers and processors working according to sustainable practices. That’s why we were so happy to discover Palm Done Right. We source Palm Done Right palm oil because it is 100% organic & fairly traded and their supply chain is completely transparent. We care about making sure that everyone in the supply chain is treated right — from the farmers and communities to the animals and forests. Plus, using palm oil ensures that our products have great texture and taste” says company co-founder Michael Goose.
Let There Be Hemp promises to make products from thoughtful, real ingredients with amazing flavors along with a commitment to be NON-GMO, allergen, dairy and gluten free. Let There Be Hemp functional snacks are available for distribution through both Kehe and UNFI, and available at select retailers.
Our growing community of retail and brand partners continues to support the Palm Done Right mission by educating consumers about what it means to produce palm that is 100% organic, deforestation-free, wildlife friendly, fair & social. These companies share a commitment to supply chain transparency and education for consumers.
About Let There Be Hemp:
The world’s first company dedicated to unlocking the true nutrition and great flavors of whole hemp seeds. Let There Be Hemp is the better-for-you snack food company where all products are made from the best of nature’s ingredients & protein-packed, sprouted hemp seeds. Real food made with thoughtful ingredients – sourced from sustainable farmers and producers, amazing flavor and allergen, dairy and gluten free.
About Palm Done Right
Natural Habitats Group is leading positive change in the palm oil industry by proving that palm oil can be grown for good. This approach demonstrates that palm oil grown organically and third-party certifications, can preserve the environment and native species, bring positive economic support to local communities and create sustainable livelihoods for everyone involved. Palm Done Right, a movement, aims to connect the benefits of organic, responsible palm oil, with brands, suppliers, manufacturers, media and consumers, to change the conversation about palm oil and bring positive impact to scale. For more information, visit www.palmdoneright.com.
About Natural Habitats USA, Inc.
Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, Natural Habitats USA, Inc. is a group fully committed to the sustainable production of Certified Organic and fairly traded products, including organic palm oil. Natural Habitats products are cultivated using 100% organic practices by independent farmers in South America and add organic credibility to food, personal care and animal nutrition products. Natural Habitats USA, Inc. supports the communities in which it operates through Fair for Life fair trade partnership, social programs for farmers, workers and communities and funding for services including support to local schools, health care and housing to improve the quality of life for all stakeholders in the supply chain, from Farm to Fork. For more information, visit www.natural-habitats.com
Susan Fecko, Black Dog Studio, 307-690-8381, [email protected]
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