About Nature's Path
They do everything to live in harmony with nature-reflecting nature's patterns and ancient wisdom. From water and soil to tiny pollinators and birds, they are passionate about protecting their planet and making the planet better than they found it. Organic standards prohibit the use of GMOs and toxic synthetic chemicals. In Nature's Path, they have higher requirements for organic food: building and regenerating soil. Arran and Ratana created Nature's Path in 1985, but the idea was older — back in the 1930s. Not only were they organic from the start, they were pioneers of the organic movement and will continue to be strong stewards of the land. In addition to organic food, they also have great environmental sustainability goals. All of their production facilities are now zero waste, they have been improving energy and water conservation, and they are working to achieve climate neutrality by 2020.