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What is sustainability?

To us, it means relying on and investing in our immediate community and geological placement. It means utilizing our resources in an efficient and renewable manner that we find closest to us. It
means dedicating ourselves to ensuring the health of our neighbors and loved ones by using the freshest, most naturally grown sources.
We believe that local produce, meat, and grains are more than mere vehicles for nutrients, but vital parts of the intricate system that supports our environment and the good folks who live here.

Our products are always sourced from the most humane farms we can find. Ideally, we would buy our raw ingredients from within 360 miles of Seattle. Lemons, limes, coffee and a few other items just don’t grow in Cascadia anytime of the year. We source these items from the closest place possible. Nothing we are doing
is innovative or new—on the contrary, we are returning to a simpler way of functioning as a business. We have stopped asking, “what is new,” and have begun asking, “what is best.”