While each cookies flavor is a little different, we do have a whole page devoted to our base ingredients.
It depends on what cookie you’re eating. Please visit our store and click on the cookie whose nutritional information you are seeking. Each page details the ingredients for that cookie and displays the same nutritional label you will find on the back of the cookie package.
We’re pretty good unless you’re allergic to nuts. But check our allergen information page.
Our cookies are:
We provide as many ingredients as we can in an organic form. The pricing of organic ingredients make it nearly impossible for us to create a cookie right now that is affordable. But as we grow, and the economies of scale make it possible, we hope to transition to all organic.
We traded some brick and wood for the chocolate, fair and square. Oh, this isn’t the place for a Settlers of Catan joke? *sigh*
The cocoa we use for our Chocolate Chocolate Chip cookies is fair trade.
Our chocolate chunks are not fair trade, but our supplier is committed to operating in an ethical, responsible, and safe manner, with no child labor. They have robust policies and plans in place to eradicate child labor froom the supply chain, lift cocoa farmers out of poverty, become carbon and forest positive, and have 100% sustainable ingredients in all of their products.
There sure is. There’s a lot of hubbub about palm oils. We’ve done a lot of work to make sure we are using a healthy, sustainable oil, because we’re really picky about our ingredients.
Palm fruit is a fleshy orange fruit. And palm fruit oil comes from – you guessed it – the fruit. Palm kernel oil comes from the core of the plant, the kernel, which contains highly saturated fats.
We source Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Certified oil. You can read more about this on our ingredients page.
Well first of all, that’s not a question.
And second, we use coconut sugar in our cookies because refined white sugar isn’t great for you, but it doesn’t taste like coconut. It tastes a little like brown sugar.
Oh, and third, don’t be so quick to decide what you like and don’t like! Lots of people judge because of all the labels on these bad boys (vegan, gluten free, soy free, etc.), but we consistently blow people’s minds with how good they are. #LifeLessons
Learn more about coconut sugar on our ingredients page.
We use coconut sugar and dates to sweeten our cookies (see the question above for more info). Each cookie has about 6 grams of sugar. To put that in perspective:
Our cookies are a treat and taste sweet, but they aren’t a sugar bomb.
Ask the store manager to carry our cookies! Sometimes this is all it takes. We’re working hard on our end to get our cookies in all the stores (#WorldDomination), but your voice is helpful and appreciated!
To make it easy for you, we’ve created a request letter. Just print it out, sign it, and hand it to the store manager or buyer. You can get the letter here.
Sometimes! The best way to get your hands on these is to visit our booth at an event. The second best way is to join our email list. Our newsletter is where we share discounts, coupons, and news like new product releases. Sign up now!
Yes you can! Email Rachel and she’ll see if it makes sense for a collaboration. As a heads up, we don’t do sponsored posts at the moment. We prefer real, non-biased reviews and social shoutouts.
Sure can. Here’s how:
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