Irvine, CA—Good Culture has announced that it is now a Certified B Corporation. With a total score of 84 points, the dairy manufacturer’s score was assessed on the company’s impact on all of its stakeholders and the environment.
“Since first launching in 2015, Good Culture has been dedicated to real food and simple ingredients across our growing portfolio of cultured foods,” said founder Jesse Merrill in a press release. “This certification was no easy feat, but we are proud to be a company that is committed to the well-being of our planet and people living on it.”
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Partnered with 1% of the Planet to support regenerative agriculture, each time a consumer purchases a cup of organic good culture, 1 percent of the sale goes to a global network of nonprofit organizations dedicated to protecting the environment through granted scholarships to soil health training and testing.
Good Culture manufactures certified organic, grass-fed, stabilizer and additive-free cottage cheese, probiotic-packed sour cream from pasture-raised cows, wellness probiotic gut shots, and pasture-raised kefir probiotic smoothies. To learn more about Good Culture, please visit www.goodculture.com or follow along on Instagram at @good_culture.