The flour in Renewal Mill’s gluten-free cookie mixes is upcycled from food-manufacturing byproducts, including leftover pulp from plant-based milks. Just add a little oil and water to the mix to make a batch of warm cookies. $8 at www.renewalmill.com.
Noons bites are a just-right hit of chocolate. Made from whole Trinitario cacao beans — seed, pod, and pulp — sweetened with coconut sugar, and combined with sustainably sourced nuts, fruits, and seeds. $20 for six boxes at www.eatcandid.com.
Piquette is created by fermenting a mixture of water and grape pomace. The result is a low-alcohol drink with a range of bright, tart profiles. Old Westminster Winery offers a delightful selection of bottles. $24 at www.oldwestminster.com.
Rind makes its sumptuous coconut crisps by drying whole fruits with the rind on. This means more fiber, less waste, and all the satisfaction. $45 for a 12-pack of single-serve bags at www.rindsnacks.com.
The exquisite handcrafted cheeses from Sweet Grass Dairy are made with regeneratively farmed milk provided by the owners’ own healthy herd of grassfed cows. The Lil’ Moo is creamy, tangy, and spreadable — perfect for crackers. $9 at www.sweetgrassdairy.com.
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