Plump, summer-sweet strawberries blended into a drinkable organic cashew yogurt smoothie—packed with probiotics!
Cashewmilk (Filtered Water, Cashews*), Cane Sugar*, Strawberries*, Tapioca Starch*, Coconut Cream*, Pectin, Natural Flavor*, Vegetable Juice (For Color), Lemon Juice Concentrate*, Live Active Cultures (S. Thermophilus, L. Bulgaricus, B. Bifidum, B. Lactis, L. Acidophilus, L. Casei, L. Paracasei, L. Plantarum, L. Rhamnosus).
Allergens: Cashews & Coconut
With our probiotic shakes and vegan smoothie drinks, you don’t need a fork—or a plate—to fuel up with plants. Just pop a bottle in your bag and you’ll have a super yummy, nutrient-dense drink whenever and wherever you want it.
We searched far and wide to find cashews that met our very strict standards: organic, ethically sourced and sustainably farmed. We found them in Vietnam and the Ivory Coast where they don’t need irrigated water, an increasingly precious resource, to thrive. We work with a small group of farmers who care deeply about their workers and about producing the best cashews possible.
We believe plants are better for you and the planet. Here’s why: Climate change is the biggest challenge we face right now; our civilization hangs in the balance. In fact, the scientists say that avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet. (Yes, it’s even more important than driving an electric car). We were founded on the belief that everyone can make a difference, and so we make simple, organic, plant-based foods made with nuts, seeds, ancient grains and vegetables. They’re the key to a healthy life and to a more viable planet. Read more about plant-based.
All Forager products are certified organic. We’re committed to organic because it’s better for the earth and better for our bodies. Because we’re certified organic, it means our products contain no artificial ingredients, flavors or preservatives, no toxic or persistent chemicals, no synthetic fertilizers or sewage sludge. What’s more, organic growing practices help enhance soil fertility while protecting wildlife and promoting biodiversity.
Organic farming begins with soil. Organic farming uses nature’s principles to create nutrient rich, soil with a healthy microbiome and a high level of biodiversity. Cover crops, crop rotation, companion planting and composting are among the techniques used by organic farmers to help create nutritious soil, the foundation for growing healthy crops. Nutrient-rich soil then provides seeds and plants with the resources to create nutrient rich foods that we can enjoy.
Conventional farming is almost solely focused on output, without concern for the long term impact this approach has on our food quality and security. This approach to agriculture we rely so heavily on has stripped away nature’s ability to provide high-quality, flavorful and nutrient dense food. Instead, the land and soil depend on toxic pesticides and herbicides to kill weeds and petrochemical fertilizers to artificially stimulate crop growth in soil that lacks nutrients. Essentially, the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides is a band-aid to compensate for nutrient-depleted soil.
Michele L. Seattle, WA
Judy H. Marblehead, MA