Patagonia Provisions, the food and beverage arm of Patagonia, is making sure that intrepid travelers are well-fed. Introducing its newest collection of crackers, the company has spurred the evolution of Moonshot-branded crackers.
Sourced directly from two farms in Washington, Hedlin Farms and Carbondale Farms, the wheat is grown with organic and regenerative agricultural practices. According to a press release, this concentrates the majority of the supply chain within a 150-mile radius. This is part of Patagonia Provision’s commitment to regenerative sourcing and traceability to farms, farmers, and fields.
The new collection of crackers is made with minimal ingredients, including nutrient-dense organic Edison wheat flour, which is known for its golden hue and nutty, buttery flavor. They are USDA Organic, Kosher, and packaged in a recyclable box made with 100 percent recycled fibers. The four flavors include Sourdough Sea Salt, Margherita Pizza, Rosemary Garlic, and Vegan Cheddar Cheeze.
Retailers carrying the new flavors include Thrive Market, Whole Foods Market, and Natural Grocers, as well as numerous independent grocery stores.
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