• Baby
  • Food
  • Pantry + Frozen
  • Sweets + Treats + Snacks
  • Vegetarian + Vegan

Annie’s Homegrown

"Farm to yum."

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Company Description

Annie’s Homegrown produces natural and organic pastas, meals, and snacks.

Founded on a belief that it’s possibly to be successful and socially responsible, Annie’s Homegrown has maintained its commitment to making and selling only organic and natural products from day one. As a pioneer in organic food production for mass consumption, the company maintains that organic farming practices enhance soil, water, and biodiversity on the land it farms. Annie’s Homegrown is also dedicated to ensuring future generations embrace organic foods and regenerative agricultural practices. To do it, the company donates to FoodCorps to help ensure healthy eating habits among young children in schools, runs a Grants for Gardens program to build school gardens for food education purposes, and offers agricultural scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing advanced studies in regenerative agriculture.

Built on a mission to make organic food available to everyone, Annie’s has become a household name, available in grocery stores across the country. In 2014, the company partnered with food giant General Mills, and has since introduced more than 50 new Certified Organic products, and doubled the pounds of Certified Organic ingredients it purchases each year to make its foods. Annie’s Homegrown foods are widely available in major grocery stores, and online via Amazon, Target, Walmart, and Instacart.

Price Range

Most <$5; Snack Boxes <$15

Founder

Annie Withey and Andrew Martin

Established

1989

HQ

Berkeley, CA, United States