Our facility is equipped with LED lighting, capacitor, and updated equipment to reduce energy use. We use many recycleable materials when shipping. Food waste reduction is a focus and econometric reportings have found reduced food loss at our facility over time.
As a family we also plant carbon sequestering trees every year along our fields.
Dry Beans are part of the class of products called pulses. Pulses are a key part of sustainable crop production. They are considered “nitrogen fixing crop” meaning
pulses have the potential to work with soil bacteria to draw nitrogen from the air and store it. Farmers can reduce the amount of nitrogen fertilizer applied to their fields.
Affordability and Food Security
Dry beans are a lower cost protein source that promote nutrition in countries around the world.
Dry beans are a low-fat and high fiber protein rich food. High mineral compounds are found in pulses including zinc, iron, and phosphorus. They also contain folate, potassium, and B-vitamins. Beans are part of a healthy diet.