Why Simple
Ingredients?

We're on a mission to take the mystery and complexity out of
gluten- and grain-free eating. We use simple, pronounceable ingredients to craft food that tastes amazing.
But it's not only about what we put in—what we leave out is just as important. You'll never find unrecognizable
ingredients in anything we make.

almond flour

Almond flour is made from the cake that remains after oils are pressed from nuts. The benefits of almond flour include fiber, protein, manganese, vitamin E, monounsaturated fats and low carbohydrates.

cage-free eggs

“Cage-free” means the hens that lay our eggs were not raised in caged housing systems. Eggs have been called “the perfect food” because they contain a little bit of just about every nutrient you need, including vitamins A, B12, B5 and E, phosphorous, selenium,

coconut flour

Coconut flour is produced from dried coconut meat after the milk has been extracted. It’s full of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), a type of fat linked to several benefits, including weight loss, protection against bacteria and viruses, and enhanced brain and heart health. In addition, coconut flour is low in carbohydrates, has a high fiber content and contains plant-based iron.

antibiotic-free chicken

The chicken used in our pockets is always humanely raised, and the animals must be fed an age-suitable diet that is free from antibiotics.

cassava flour

Cassava flour comes from ground cassava root (also called yuca). It has a soft, powdery texture and neutral taste, making it an excellent swap for all-purpose flour in grain-free baking.

monk fruit extract

Monk fruit comes from the crushed leaves and seeds of the monk fruit, also called luo han guo, a small melon native to Southeast Asia. Monk fruit extract is a zero-calorie, carb-free alternative to sugar.

uncured pepperoni

Curing is a process used to preserve foods. Uncured meats rely on natural salts and flavorings for preservation, while cured meats are commercially preserved with nitrates, nitrites and other additives. All of our meats are humanely raised and slaughtered.

plant-based cheese

Plant-based cheese is made from a combination of coconut oil, modified potato starch and modified tapioca starch.

sunflower oil

High-oleic oils are considered the healthiest type of vegetable oil because they’re high in monounsaturated (oleic) fat. Monounsaturated fats have been shown to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels.

protein

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