Amy Kumler

Our fruits are grown mainly in regenerative organic agroforests, which imitate wild forests with multiple levels of trees, bushes, vines and groundcover. These systems produce nutritious fruit with incredible flavor while helping build soil, increase biodiversity, and draw down carbon.

Close image of open hands holding a fresh mango in filtered light


The juicy Rosa mangoes we source from Nicaragua set a new standard in agriculture.

We are proud that they’re a main ingredient in our Mango + Almond Bar, Cacao + Mango Bar, and Regenerative Organic Certified™ Chile Mango snack. 

Grown, harvested and processed through Sol Simple, this mango is among the first foods in the world to earn regenerative organic certification, the highest standard for agriculture (see below for more).

Sol Simple is a collective of suppliers, farmers and processors dedicated to social change and farming practices that restore the earth. Using time-tested methods like agroforestry and composting, farmers work with the land to boost yield, save water and build the soil. Sol Simple also promotes gender equality and eases poverty throughout the entire community by providing jobs, hands-on training and educational support—especially for women. 

Regenerative Organic Certification

A rigorous and comprehensive new standard, Regenerative Organic Certified™ is given to foods raised in ways that benefit the health of the soil, the workers, and any animals involved in production. It offers a positive, long-term alternative to conventional farming and ranching practices that degrade soil, cause biodiversity loss, worsen the climate crisis, and fracture rural economies around the world.


Baobab trees can live for thousands of years and support entire ecosystems.

Countless species—including humans—eat the fruit, leaves and roots; insects and bats drink the nectar; elephants consume the tree itself. We prize the unique flavor baobab fruit brings to our Fruit + Almond Bars, and our purchase of organic baobab, through our partner Kaibae, helps protect the trees and preserve biodiversity in Africa.