Your Cart
Your Cart is Currently Empty

Gut Health Collection Sale! Enjoy 15% off orders $75+ with code: SAVE15 Shop Sale

Sustainability is not sustainable.

Agriculture has been at the center of civilization for centuries - but it’s never looked quite the way it does right now. Big farming encourages practices that harm the soil, waste fertilizer and boost herbicide use, which all increase the emissions of greenhouse gas. At the same time, conventional agriculture discourages practices that could improve soil health and offset dangerous emissions.

Farming contributes to climate change, it’s at the mercy of climate change — and it holds the potential to help solve climate change. All it takes? Changing our approach.

That’s the revolution we want to be part of. A transformation of agricultural production, an evolution of the industry that can have a significant impact on the future of climate change.


The R.A.N.C.H Project

That's why we are dedicated to the R.A.N.C.H Project: our commitment to Regenerative Agriculture, Nutrition and Climate Health. Each initiative we undertake reduces greenhouse gasses by avoiding emissions, reducing waste and sequestering carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere. Our goal is simple: create the change we want to see. This mission is why we’re so proud to be the first farms to become Regenerative Organic Certified® (ROCTM) in the states of Tennessee and Missouri. This certification goes beyond current organic standards and assures consumers that their purchase makes a positive impact at every level: environmental, ethical, and social.

Play Video
ranch video - desktop
Trees on the farm

Our 2023 Impact Report is here!

Learn more about our milestones and the world-changing plans we have for the future.

See Details

By the end of 2024, 
Ancient Nutrition is committed to:

Carbon Negative
Carbon Negative

Building topsoil and becoming carbon negative through regenerative programs and carbon offsets

Support Nonprofits

Supporting like-minded organizations like Mully 
Children’s Family & Rodale Institute in their missions

Million Member Forest

Planting a Million Member Regenerative Food Forest of superfood-bearing trees, bushes, vines and shrubs

Repurposing Food Waste

Transforming 5,000,000 lbs of food waste into feed 
and a living seed bank

3 leaves

Reducing our plastic waste by 25% and transitioning 
to more sustainable solutions

Regenerative Agriculture

Here are a few ways we focus on carbon sequestration at our farms.

hands in soil

No-Till Farming

When soil is plowed, carbon rises to the soil’s surface and provides nutrients for crops - temporarily. But as the soil carbon is exposed to oxygen, it transforms into carbon dioxide and contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. No- or low-till farming minimizes soil disturbance, which helps keep carbon in the soil.

cows grazing

Natural Grazing

Pasturing increases soil health, insect diversity and carbon sequestration – as well as promoting animal welfare.

wide open field with cows

Cover Crops & Crop Rotations

Cover crops are used to slow erosion, improve soil health, and increase biodiversity. These crops can sequester huge amounts of atmospheric carbon by creating activity in the soil - and the roots of cover crops help feed organisms like bacteria, fungi and earthworms, which increases soil carbon levels over time.

Reducing Plastic Usage

We’re making changes outside the farm, too.

woman adding collagen to water

Switch from PET to HDPE

We recently switched our product canisters from hard PET to HDPE, which uses 25% less plastic. Those small steps can add up to a huge reduction in waste.

SBO probiotics bottle in hand

No Plastic Necks or Safety Seals

We’re getting rid of unnecessary plastics wherever possible, while maintaining the integrity of our packaging.

woman picking up plastic

Partnering with PlasticBank 

Because we still create plastic, we’re partnering with Plastic Bank to remove 5 million plastic bottles from our oceans and environment.⁠

Our Million Member Regenerative Food Forest

We’re committed to planting one million superfood-bearing perennial trees, bushes, vines and shrubs, planted by June 2024. Those plants will eventually grow superfoods that we can use as ingredients in our products, which reduces our transportation carbon footprint – and more importantly, creates biodiversity that can sequester more carbon over time.

We’re not stopping there: our hope is to replicate the Million Member Food Forest at locations around the world, with our ultimate goal being 10 million trees over the next 10 years.

Made with ingredients grown on our farms

30 day money back guarantee icon
Get $10 off your next order when you sign up for emails.