We're here to prove that Thanksgiving doesn't need to be "perfect." We asked our team what they remember of their Thanksgivings growing up. Spoiler alert: it's not the carefully picked place settings they remember.
It's where our food begins and where the 88 Acres culture truly shines.
2019 was our biggest year yet! Because of our dedicated customers and hard-working team, we have been able to hit many milestones this year. We launched 16 new products, made it into grocery stores in all...
From just a husband and wife team in 2014 to more than 50 employees in 2019, 88 Acres has grown a lot over the years. But we’re more than just people who work together, we’re a...
Tessa Nguyen, RD, is bringing our seed-based snacks to elementary schools in South Korea while teaching kids how to cook and eat healthy.
Spreading allergy awareness through schools and communities is more important than ever.
There's a seed butter for every mood and occasion. Discover which flavor you should enjoy right now.
Our team learned all things community gardening at Community Harvest Project's farm in Worcester, MA.
When we think of experiencing new cultures, one of the first things we think of is enjoying the local cuisine. Food is our universal language - we convey emotion, tradition, history, and stories with food. We...
A glimpse into the life of Co-Founder Nicole, CEO and mom.
The latest #PoweredBySeeds story features Alyssa Vassallo, determined and passionate Olympic Trial hopeful.
Keep your mind, body, and heart healthy with these tips from our team of dietitians.
If you’re part of our newsletter community or follow us on Instagram, you may have noticed that we’ve slowly been transitioning our look and feel to something a bit more bold and eye-catching. As time passed,...
“It's been a long, rigorous journey and although it didn't end in the way I would've hoped, it's been a true test of perseverance and has revealed many teachings that'll carry on with me.”
“One of the best things about this sport is that it makes you feel very capable and strong. For me, it has really helped me to feel more confident in everything I do in life.”
In the spirit of back to school season, Nicole is responding to customer questions on how to adapt to a nut-free school and teaching your children about food allergies.
“This place thrives on being human and everyone getting along. You can see it instantaneously."
"From my mother I learned to be a better person. I learned that I have to respect others to be respected. She taught me that nothing is more valued than self-love and to always love others equally."
"I couldn’t turn down this awesome and once in a lifetime opportunity to run in the covenanted Boston Marathon. It was my first, but definitely not my last marathon."
That uncomfortable, foggy, stuffed-up feeling that might accompany you hours after your drive-thru meal can be avoided with a few simple strategies.
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