Sustainable Brands to Support

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Every choice you make matters. Often times we are told what not to buy or which brands not to purchase, but we are seldom advised on which sustainable food brands we should support. Your wallet holds the power to support a more sustainable food system. At Made to Sustain, we’ve partnered with brands who are doing the most when it comes to ethical sourcing and responsible manufacturing. We’re here to support food that’s made to sustain you and the planet.  Browse our selection of sustainable food products and support the brands that stand for something more. If you want to know what constitutes a sustainable brand, take a look at our post on How to Find Eco-friendly Products.

Be sure to be on the look out for Brand Spotlights, where we will take a deep dive into understanding how the products are better for planet and for you. Because to shop sustainable brands, you need to know which sustainable food brands are actually sustainable. Another things to note: your taste buds will thank you, and so will the planet.

Discover Sustainable Food Brands to Support

Use this page as directory for discovering emerging sustainable food brands. Many of these companies are just starting out. Your wallet holds the power to support a more sustainable food system. Oh, these brands are all women-owned, too!

Matriark Foods

The world’s first carbon neutral, upcycled tomato sauce is brought to you by Matriark Foods. Their sauces and vegetable stocks are available at Whole Foods and on Amazon. You may have seen them in our Fancy Food Show post. We recommend testing out their variety package here! For a limited time, you can get a discount on their product through Amazon using the promo code: 20SUSTAIN

shop at made to sustain to support sustainable food brands and find sustainable brands to support like this upcycled tomato sauce from a woman owned company

Matriark Foods rescues ugly tomatoes make an eco-friendly and flavorful tomato sauce. From their carbon neutrality, to upcycled ingredient sourcing, there’s a lot to unpack. Equally important, there are impact metrics written on the side of each package! With sustainable and responsible packaging, this tomato sauce serves as more than your favorite companion to pasta, but a companion to the planet!

Farmer Foodie

We’ve seen many meat alternatives in the market and many new brands coming into the plant-based space. Despite many efforts, it’s always been a difficult challenge to replace some classic staples like Parmesan. Try the shelf stable vegan Cashew Parm™ today, and use discount code MADETOSUSTAIN10 at check out.

Farmer Foodie Cashew Parm is a Sustainable Food Brand to Support

Did you know most Parmesan on the market doesn’t meet the rigorous standards of Italian Parmesan cheese? Those that do are often import from Italy, leading to a high transport emissions.
Try Golden Chedda Cashew Parm™ on your favorite pastas, salads, or even popcorn – my favorite snack! It creates a cheesy, delicious snack that satisfied the need an umami flavor without the need for cheese. It’s more elevated than nutritional yeast alone! Best of all, it can even make queso, just add water! Look for Cashew Parm™ soon on Amazon or order direct from their website.

Support Sustainable Food Brands Today!

“Eating is indispensable. To be able to continue eating, we need to think beyond nationalities and countries.” 

Yoshihiro Narisawa
Winner of the first Sustainable Restaurant Award
for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants

Not a Food Brand but a sustainable brand to support…

The Days Sustainable Apparel

THE DAYS SUSTAINABLE APPAREL is the 1st private label, sustainable apparel storefront in all of New Jersey! The brand encompasses a collection of consciously curated styles for the contemporary woman. Each piece is infused with a sustainable edge, crafted from plant based fibers (bamboo, hemp, wood pulp), upcycled (vintage terrycloth, beach towels, production scraps) and/or recycled nylons. Alexa, the founder, aims to make a difference, purchasing with purpose and considering the future of our delicate environment. Check out her upcycled tote bags, which leverage retired fabrics from iconic local businesses in Cape May, NJ.

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Kelly D’Amico, MBS

Hi there! I’m Kelly D’Amico and welcome to my blog Made to Sustain. I started Made to Sustain to help support a more sustainable food system. I create and share recipes and food brands that are good for people and good for the planet. I have a Master’s degree in Global Food Technology and a BS in Food Science and Nutrition from Rutgers University. I’m eager to help you learn more about a sustainable diet. I run this site in my spare time, so pleases consider supporting.

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