Black Lives Matter

As a business that is in some small way trying to fight the underlying systems of racial oppression and income inequality, we have been deeply saddened and outraged by recent events. We intend to show up for our Black community, now and going forward.

Essie Justice Group

For the month of June, we donated 10% of our Matcha Latte sales to Equitable Giving Circle, a Portland-based org that is feeding BIPOC families with food from BIPOC farmers.

From June 1 to June 7, we donated 15% of all sales to Essie Justice Group, a nonprofit organization of women with incarcerated loved ones taking on the rampant injustices created by mass incarceration.

(Image courtesy of the Essie Justice Group)


If you’re just getting started in your Anti-Racist Work, Rachael Ricketts website is a great starting point, with amazing articles, books and other resources to check out.


Here are some amazing PNW-based, Black-owned packaged food businesses that we love, and think you will too!


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