This one’s for parents who want to pass down the popular paleo diet, which centers around foods from the Paleolithic age, to their kids. The Serenity Kids pouches, like their uncured bacon with organic kale and butternut squash, are low in sugar, high in healthy fats and full of organic vegetables and humanely-raised meats.
Cocoburg’s products are harvested and produced in the Philippines meaning the company supports the local economy and shortens the supply chain. The company’s latest product, Nothing But Coconut, embraces another growing trend: limited ingredients. The one and only ingredient here is young coconut meat.
The hamburger, a fast-food stable, gets a sustainable upgrade with Tribali’s line of frozen meat patties, which includes Mediterranean-style beef patties. The company’s products are made with 100% organic, pasture-raised or free-range beef or chicken.
Tea and coffee
This vertically integrated “earth to cup” company creates tea by using excess coffee plant leaves. Farming these leaves gives coffee farmers access to a new revenue stream, and a cup of Wize Monkey Coffee Leaf Tea gives consumers a smooth and subtle caffeine boost.
Wake up to butter
The Bulletproof Diet, which includes concepts from the paleo diet, first gained popularity when celebrities raved about the diet’s grass-fed butter coffee. And now the founder, Dave Asprey, has released his own line of products, including a cold brew, to-go version of the drink that made his diet famous.