When creating our premium pickled vegetables, we always kept sustainable product development in mind.
It begins by using logical and organically sourced produce from abundant California farms. Many of our farmers have implemented regenerative farming practices and continue to explore even further approaches to maximizing the retention and nutrients of their soil. This increases the soil's natural carbon drawdown which, over time, can reduce some effects of climate change. Along with using organic ingredients where possible, we are in the process of non-GMO verification application for our products.
At every step of our process in delivering you premium pickled vegetables, Last of Seven strives to produce as little waste as possible. The glass jar and metal lid can be fully recycled. Our packaging partner’s facility upholds the highest level of environmental standards in forestry management. Along with being 100% recyclable, they were the first company in California to be awarded the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI®) Fiber Sourcing Certification and Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain-of Custody Certification.
Sustainability is a commitment to a journey of thoughtful decisions and improvement. Last of Seven has made that commitment to continue to improve.