Nourishment for all

With every bag of beans we sell, we aim to deepen our connection to the food we eat and where it comes from.

The original plant protein

Despite the growing desire for plant protein in the US, beans in their purest form rarely get the love they deserve. But here's the truth– beans are the perfect food from a nutritional, planetary, and culinary perspective.

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Nutritious for all human beans

As the seeds of a plant, beans are jam-packed with nutrients, containing all the protein, vitamins, and minerals needed for a healthy plant to grow. Because they are so high in fiber and protein, beans are the perfect food to keep you full and energized. Regularly eating your beans keeps your bones, heart, muscles, gut and brain happy and healthy.

Essential for climate-friendly farming 

Like all legumes, beans are what's known as "nitrogen fixers," which means they uniquely return this nutrient to the soil after other crops deplete it. Farmers worldwide grow beans in rotation with or alongside other crops because the benefits are endless: it boosts soil health, creates a diverse landscape for animals and insects, improves natural disease resistance, and increases productivity. Small but mighty!

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Essential for climate-conscious farming

Like all legumes, beans are what's known as "nitrogen fixers," which means they uniquely return this nutrient to the soil after other crops deplete it. Farmers worldwide grow beans in rotation with or alongside other crops because the benefits are endless: it boosts soil health, creates a diverse landscape for animals and insects, improves natural disease resistance, and increases productivity. Small but mighty!

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A culinary staple around the world

Regional varieties that are well-suited to an area’s growing conditions are often a major source of pride and keep long-standing culinary traditions alive. From cassoulet in France, rajma chawal in India, feijoada in Brazil, and frijoles de la olla in Mexico, essentially every country has a celebrated bean dish. It's a culinary staple that unifies us all.

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A culinary staple around the world

Regional varieties that are well-suited to an area’s growing conditions are often a major source of pride and keep long-standing culinary traditions alive. From cassoulet in France, rajma chawal in India, feijoada in Brazil, and frijoles de la olla in Mexico, essentially every country has a celebrated bean dish. It's a culinary staple that unifies us all.

"When setting up our first harvests, we developed a set of criteria that would allow us to to prioritize the beans, the land, and farming communities. These are our non-negotiables." 
Lesley

  • Land that has a rich history of agriculture, where growing beans is a source of pride
  • Eco-conscious growers with an organic farming mindset
  • Flavor and texture come first, which are often lost in mass-produced varieties
  • Regional varieties that are well-suited to the land they are grown on 
  • Dedication to supporting vibrant local farming communities and economies
  • Shared mission to reimagine the supply chain for just-harvested beans