Put Your Money Where Your Values Are: Ethical Food Shopping For Holiday Ingredients

- By

Get *Good* Ingredients

peanut paste in an open jar. creamy peanut butter peanuts scattered. top view

Source: Koval Nadiya / Getty

Not just tasty ones, but ones from companies who give back. Annie’s Homegrown is involved in several good causes including Grants for Gardens, which funds the development of gardens in underserved communities. Askinosie Chocolate provides lunch for a malnourished child in the Philippines for each bar of chocolate you buy. Good Spread Peanut Butter helps fund a special peanut-butter-based treatment for malnourished children. These are just some of the many food brands who give back out there. Do your own research and find the ones most meaningful to you.

Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. XOXO-MN