It's no secret that 88 Acres loves cinnamon -- it's in more than 10 of our products. But not all cinnamon is the same. Ours is sutainably and ethically sourced from Indonesia. Did you know it...
Your Thanksgiving table just isn’t complete without cranberries, and neither is the first bar 88 Acres ever made. We use local, Massachusetts-grown dried cranberries from bogs just an hour from our Bakery.
We use a unique variety of oats in our Seed Bars and Seed'nola that’s higher in protein and has a lower environmental impact than most other oats.
Sea salt comes in many different colors, sizes, and flavors, but there’s only one kind that we use in every single 88 Acres product: “Pretzel grain” sea salt from Australia.
We celebrate blueberries in our Triple Berry Blend Seed Bars and our Summer Edition Blueberry Lemon Seed Bars. We even add blueberry powder to our Smoky Chipotle Dressing.
Lemons aren't just a yellow fruit that life gives you to make lemonade. Its history goes back eight million years and it might have even led to the formation of the Sicilian Mafia.
These tiny seeds come from the inner pod of the vibrant poppy flower and boast incredible nutritional benefits that will have us all drizzling Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing on our salads every day.
We've developed a nine-step sourcing process to determine where we get our high-quality ingredients from.
Brown rice syrup is one of the most commonly used natural sweeteners in the granola bar aisle. We use the highest quality brown rice syrup we can find, from suppliers we know and trust.
Bananas are the most beloved fruit in the U.S. - we eat them more than apples and oranges combined. While bananas can be found in nearly every grocery, convenience, and corner store, we rarely think about what...
88 Acres never uses palm oil. Nicole witnessed first-hand the direct negative impact of palm oil production on local communities and in the process learned more about the large-scale environmental threat associated with palm farming.
What makes vanilla the world's second most expensive spice (after saffron)? Like so many food mysteries, the answer starts in the fields.
We fully believe that chocolate sparks joy. We don’t have any science to back that up, but we do have Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Bars, which is pretty strong evidence. But as any chocolate lover knows, not...
When the temperatures start to drop and the days get shorter, we know it’s time to welcome in apple season. We tend to think of these tart, sweet fruits as an American staple. They take our...
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There's inherent value in everything—sometimes you just have to get a little creative or look hard enough to find it. But too often in the kitchen, we don't see it and useful scraps of food get...
Tucked away on rolling hills near the Connecticut River on the border between New Hampshire and Vermont, Bascom Maple Farms is one of the largest producers of high quality maple syrup in New England.
There is a fair amount of controversy over whether or not artificial sweeteners are really a healthier choice than sugar. From the different kinds of artificial sweeteners to how they are processed in our bodies, here is...
Decades of research looking into the health effects of various diets have shown that diets highest in plant-based protein sources are associated with the most health benefits.