The way we make food isn’t business as usual. Check out the stories and the reasons behind everything we make.
Everything we make at Patagonia Provisions has a single reason for being: To help save our home planet. We’re a food company. But our starting place isn’t the kitchen, it’s the earth.


Why Food?

“People need a new jacket every five or ten years, but they eat three times a day. If we really want to protect our planet, it starts with food.”

- Yvon Chouinard, Founder, Patagonia Provisions
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Sardines and Anchovies:
Don’t Mix ‘Em Up

Are anchovies and sardines the same fish? Not by 20,000 leagues. They’re entirely different species. Anchovies (Engraulis encrasicolus, if you wanted to know) are smaller than sardines (Sardina pilchardus)—4 to 10 inches long compared to 6 to 12. Anchovies are more likely to be salt cured, and the tiny dark-brown filets are sold canned or jarred in olive oil. Sardines are simply canned whole in olive oil and are lighter in color. Both are packed with beneficial nutrients. Anchovies have slightly more omega-3s, B vitamins and minerals than sardines, and are a little lower in fat and cholesterol.


We're proud to work with like-minded partners to grow, harvest and process food in ways that restore the environment and benefit the people who produce it.

Our Partners

"Putting a small group together - all believing in the same thing, all going in one direction - you can't believe what we can accomplish."

  Yvon Chouinard
Founder of Patagonia
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Provisions Journal
Our first-ever Provisions Journal is online for you to explore. In this issue: Beer, bison, fishing for mackerel, feeding your microbiome, and more—plus recipes. P.S. It’s all shoppable.
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Our Good Food Guarantee

If you order anything from Patagonia Provisions and aren’t 100% satisfied, we will happily refund you in full. We’re proud to stand by the flavor, nutrition, sourcing and quality of the foods we create ourselves, and the sourcing and quality of our partners’ products too. Our shared commitment to fixing the broken food chain naturally raises our standards all around.

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The Path to Better Packaging

Our goal is to use only packaging that is reusable, compostable, made from renewable resources, or recyclable—without relying on GMO materials—by 2025. We’re partway there.

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Unbroken Ground

Director Chris Malloy delves into food as a solution to the environmental crisis