Standards

1. Eat Texas

 

We’re from here, and so is the food. Every week your delivery tells a story of place, purpose, and community, written by the hard work of good people who till, plant and harvest -- nurture, herd and milk.

 

Our mission is to make that hard work worth it - to help, and to nurture the food community that has fed Texas so well so far. We’re here to give back for all that we’ve received, to create opportunities for the honest work of real food, and to build something we’re proud to pass on to the next generation of Texans.

 

2. Eat Clean

 

We love…

  • Long-term ecological sustainability and regenerative practices. We believe in treating the soil with just as much care and respect as the plants and animals that call it home.
  • Only using natural, homeopathic, and biodynamic treatments for plants and animals.
  • When we order your fruits and vegetables, they’re still in the ground. Your produce has been harvested within days of getting to your front door, ensuring the freshest quality and highest nutritional value.
  • High animal welfare standards. We only believe in pasture-raising animals and humane processing practices. We support ranchers who treat their animals with kindness and respect, and feed their animals using the same food standards we hold our own food to.
  • Paying farmers fairly and honoring our commitments. Eating clean isn’t just about chemical makeup of the food we eat, it’s also about nurturing healthy and positive relationships with those who raise our food.

 

No Thanks

  • We don’t support the use of synthetic preservatives, chemical pesticides, growth hormones, non-therapeutic antibiotics, artificial additives, high-fructose corn syrup, GMOs, or ingredients we can’t pronounce.
  • We don’t support undercutting the farmer. Clean, quality food takes a lot of time and resources to raise. We think that’s valuable, as are the people who make it happen.
  • We don’t support unkind treatment of animals, including enclosed feedlots, long-term caging of animals, cramped or unclean living conditions, long distance travel to processing facilities, low-quality feed, or any unkind treatment of animals.

 

In the end, we ask ourselves one easy question. Do I feel good about feeding this to my family? And then we go with our hearts.

 

3. Eat Well

 

We sell what we love. We forage and root and sample and taste, and when we just HAVE to have another bite, we know we found something special. We hope you love it too, but if ever you don’t, let us know. We’ll make it right.

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