Artisanal Aged Cultured Cashew Cheeze

As more and more people awaken to the future of plant-based food we strive to find healthy and more sustainable sources of protein with a low carbon footprint.


The protein of future generations must also tick the boxes of

clean-eating, nutritious, sustainable and delicious products. 


Our vacuum packaging is 100% plant-based and home compostable made from a range of ecologic natural products including paper, eucalyptus fibre, cassava and corn starch.

Our cashews are organic, fairtrade and

100% processed and packaged at source

in Burkina Faso.

The entire manufacturing process is operated within the national borders

(reducing hugely the Co2 emissions caused by the travel to Asia where the 90% of the african cashews are usually shelled, peeled and packed).

 

In this way the factory creates more job opportunity there, contributing to the economy using the nuts as a tool to fight against poverty and social instability in Africa.


Through fair wages for the farmers as well as training programs and a safe workflow in their own processing facilities, our supplier

supports the expansion of schools and other social institutions on the continent.


In 2018, they had 1,540 workers supporting their families through their employment and, as campaigners for women's rights, around 80% of the employees are female.




CO2 EMISSION ACROSS THE CASHEW SUPPLY CHAIN

CO2 emissions from most plant-based products are as much as 10-50 times lower than most animal based products.


(this study shows how the CO2 emissions produced by the cheese and the dairy herd beef is 60 times higher than the nuts).



And nuts are all the way at the bottom of the chart, as nut trees help absorb CO2 and are even reducing CO2 levels in the atmosphere.



SOURCE OurWorldInData


SOURCE OurWorldInData


Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser (2020) - "Environmental Impacts of Food Production". Published online at OurWorldInData.org. Retrieved from: 'https://ourworldindata.org/environmental-impacts-of-food' [Online Resource]