Not often do trends become necessary, revolutionary movements on a global scale.

As modern times progress forward, we’ve become increasingly aware of the importance of living sustainably. Currently, about 40% of the food produced in the United States ends up wasted in landfills, totaling roughly 750 billion dollars annually.[1] As of 2022, five massive islands of plastic trash have collected in ocean currents, threatening marine life & emitting greenhouse gases – one of these patches is estimated to be twice the size of Texas.[2] Yikes.

So, with a healthy dose of urgency, we must do what we can to help tip the scales back toward something more feasible for ourselves, our bank accounts & this planet.


"You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change." Tim Cook

What if sustainability meant taking care of yourself & eating healthy too? Our bodies are our vessels, our avenues of change – they are the means in which we interact with & transform our surroundings. When we nourish ourselves with sustainable ingredients, we become the fuel of change.

Give yourself a head start by choosing ProPasta – we barred no holds, choosing sustainable resources for our products:

  • By utilizing recyclable packaging 
  • By serving our single-serve meals on biodegradable trays
  • By sustainably sourcing wholesome ingredients
  • By providing you with balanced carbohydrates
  • By offering you guiltlessly fast & efficient meals

Our frozen heat & serve meals, crafted by thoughtful minded chefs, embrace the future of sustainable living. Using one of the most renewable & versatile plants on Earth, we innovated with a game changing ingredient that is revolutionizing the way we think about plant-based food products. Hemp, the non-intoxicating variety of cannabis sativa, has certainly earned its flowers on the industrial front (thanks to its strong plant fibers, quick growing cycle & drought tolerance); However, in the food industry, it’s practically provided a carte blanche for nutrient dense plant-based applications.

The ingredients in our pasta meals are not only chosen for their sustainable sources, but also for the sustainable resources they provide us in turn. Hemp’s long list of benefits go beyond our physical environment & ecosystems – because hemp is a complex carbohydrate & provides our bodies with resistant starches & insoluble fibers, it breaks down into a sustainable, low glycemic energy burn to power us through our daily races.

So - Let us start asking more questions about what food can truly mean to us, for us & for the environment. The more we start streamlining ideals of sustainability, balance & healthy growth to include the foods we eat & the actions we take, the more we can inspire others to walk victoriously toward something better.

Better for us, better for the Earth.

And that?

That tastes like you know what you are doing.

Tastes Like Victory.  




[1] https://www.rts.com/resources/guides/food-waste-america/

[2]“The plastic continent floating in the Pacific”, “Discover the plastic islands that pollute our oceans,” Iberdrola. https://www.iberdrola.com/sustainability/5-garbage-patches-in-the-ocean