Putting the green in Supergreens

Let’s face it, food is “the single biggest threat to nature today.” Enjoying foods from far away, like drinking a coffee or cooking with coconut oil in Vancouver, comes with a larger environmental cost than most local food. Many of the superfoods Safi Sana brings to you, flourish in tropical climates (but feel so good on a foggy day and help you get through the cold season). Many of our pantries' staples and treats originate in the tropics. With that in mind, from the source to you, we strive to have a positive effect.

To respond to our carbon footprint, we blaze a green trail:

  • We always opt to minimize waste (and say no to single-use plastics where possible)
  • We use renewable solar energy
  • We plant trees and nurture biodiversity

Check out our stories for a deeper look.

A flame tree (Delonix regia) flower framed by a baobab (Adansonia digitata) in front of a field of lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus).

The Rhinocolate Pledge

Rhinos are the second largest land mammals after elephants. They are in danger! Rhinocolate commits 5% of all profits to rhino conservation.

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