The sustainable certification is from the Food Alliance. It looks not only at what we use in the fields, but also our water conservation practices, our soil health, wildlife and biodiversity on the farm, employee well-being, and social responsibility. In short, Certified Sustainable ensures the entire farm, not just the field, is working with our planet’s well-being at the forefront. You can find more information on their website here: foodalliance.org.
Our entire farm is certified sustainable, and about one third is certified organic. We do have some organic products, look for the USDA Organic seal on our line of grains and legumes. The rest of our fruits and vegetables are certified sustainable.