We are delighted to see the kombucha market explode here in Quebec over the last few years. We make kombucha because we love kombucha, and we believe it is one of the healthiest beverages around...at least when made the way we make it at Origin Kombucha. BUT....as we all know, not all kombucha is created equal. This post is all about discovering what sets our Kombucha company apart from the rest, when it comes to everything but the kombucha in our bottles...we'll save that for another time! We're going to talk about our zero-waste production facility, our carbon-negative offset program, and generally speaking, why sustainability matters...
From our swing-top caps, 100% recyclable glass bottles, and our waterproof labels, everything is infinitely reusable.
We don't throw a single scrap of waste away. Everything is reused, up-cycled, or, when there is no other possibility, recycled. Everything!!
Guilt-free kombucha delivered directly to your doorstep. All carbon is offset, and nothing is wasted.
You probably already know that Origin Kombucha is a carbon-negative company that operates a zero-waste production facility, and makes the best darn ‘booch’ in the biz. (We have a blog post talking all about those aspects of our company philosophy as well.) But you may not have known that we designate a portion of two separate income streams to donate to organizations we believe in. We also join organizations, as acting members, whose policies are in line with our own. It is easy to be cynical about the world we live in and think that no one and nothing can make a real difference. But this is simply not true. Through the donations we give and the carbon offset program we have created for our company, Origin Kombucha touches real lives and makes a real difference in those lives, as well as, the life, and life systems, of our planet.
Since 1962, NCC and its partners have helped to protect 14 million hectares (35 million acres), coast to coast to coast.
We believe in a Canada where youth stand in solidarity to promote respect, understanding, and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
A global ecosystem of healthy, thriving communities in which regenerative land management cools the planet, feeds the world, promotes public health, prosperity, & peace.