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Our cookies are lightly sweetened with coconut sugar and dates.

With notes of brown sugar and caramel, these naturally delicious sugars are a great alternative to highly refined sweeteners.

🚫 No Sugar Alcohols
🚫 No Bleaching
🚫 No Artificial Flavoring
🚫 No Sacrifice in Taste

THE PROBLEM WITH REFINED SUGAR

X UNREFINED    EASY ON YOUR BODY  βœ” DELICIOUS

X UNREFINED   
X EASY ON YOUR BODY 
βœ” DELICIOUS

What you know as sugar - white sugar or table sugar - comes from sugarcane or sugar beets.

But the refining process makes the original plant completely irrelevant because nothing remains but sucrose molecules.

Though both plants contain vitamins and minerals, none make it through the refinement process. The process involved many special machines and chemicals - you can't make white sugar at home, even if you had a sugar cane plant in your backyard!

Because none of the natural fiber and nutrients from the original plant come along with it, it can spike your blood sugar. 

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THE PROBLEM WITH STEVIA, MONK FRUIT
AND SUGAR ALCOHOLS

X UNREFINED   EASY ON YOUR BODY  X DELICIOUS

X UNREFINED   
X  EASY ON YOUR BODY 
X DELICIOUS

In recent years, we’ve seen some brand new sweeteners pop up in the market. Things like stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol. You may know them as Zero Calorie or Alternative Sweeteners, often used in Keto or low carb diets.

While many are marketed as natural, they are heavily refined and cannot be made without heavy machinery. Like white sugar, they are very far removed from their originating source.

These sweeteners won’t add anything to your daily calorie budget and they may not spike your blood sugar. However, they are not natural, contain no nutrients, and your body isn’t really set up to process them. 

Not only are they heavily refined, non-nutritive, and iffy for your digestive system: most of them are known for having an aftertaste. Bitter, artificial, unusual...not something we want on our tongues after eating!

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COCONUT SUGAR

βœ” UNREFINED   βœ”  EASY ON YOUR BODY  βœ” DELICIOUS

βœ” UNREFINED   
βœ” EASY ON YOUR BODY 
βœ” DELICIOUS

ALSO KNOWN AS:
Coconut Nectar
Coconut Palm Sugar
Coco Sap Sugar
Coconut Blossom Sugar

TASTES LIKE:
Brown Sugar

HOW IT'S MADE:
Despite its name, coconut sugar does not come from coconuts, though it does come from the same tree. Sap is collected from the blossoms of the coconut palm tree. This sap is heated until most of the water has evaporated and it becomes thick. This is known as coconut nectar.

Coconut nectar can be used as a sweetener itself (we use it in our cookies) or can be heated even further until it becomes granulated. This is what we call coconut sugar.

WHERE IT'S GROWN
Coconut palm trees like a tropical climate - sunny, warm, humid, and sandy. You can find them in Hawaii and Florida in the US, and globally in Indonesia, the Philippines, India, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, and Australia.

SUSTAINABILITY
Coconut palm trees are maintained, rather than cut down. Once tapped, sap can flow for over 20 years!

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DATES

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βœ” UNREFINED   
βœ”  EASY ON YOUR BODY 
βœ” DELICIOUS

ALSO KNOWN AS:
Date Fruit
Date Paste
Date Syrup
Date Sugar

TASTES LIKE:
Rich, sticky, and sweet. They have a flavor all their own, but are kind of like the love child between raisins and caramel.

HOW IT'S MADE:
Dates are grown on the date palm tree. They start out with a yellow-orange skin, but what you see in the store are wrinkly brown fruits. This is what the fruit looks like in it’s ripened state - it is not due to any industrial process.

To make date paste (which is what we use in our cookies), you remove the pit from the date fruit and mash it up until it is a paste. And that’s it! Because it’s made with the whole fruit, it retains all the fiber and nutrients, which is much easier for your body to process.

To make granulated date sugar, you dehydrate the dates and pulverize them into a powder.

WHERE IT'S GROWN
Date palm trees are grown in California in the US, as well as the Canary Islands, northern Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, India, and Mexico.

SUSTAINABILITY
One date palm tree can produce fruit for almost 80 years! During their best years they can produce 100-200 pounds of fruit a year. Bonus - they are extremely drought tolerant. 

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