From the non-profit events we participate in locally to the way we source ingredients on a larger scale, our commitment to the communities we serve is an integral part of strengthening our food system from the ground up. This means sourcing organically and sustainably from our proteins to our coffee to our compostable and recycled-content utensils and plate ware. We donate food waste to local food pantries, and on a national scale, we regularly support the No Kid Hungry campaign (nokidhungry.org), which connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches their families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. The campaign also engages the public to make ending childhood hunger a national priority.

Prior to opening Organic Krush, we also created Atlas Films and set our sights on furthering awareness of conservation and sustainable practices in food and the environment. We have contributed to the creation and production of mainstream documentaries such as…

2009’s Tapped

2014’s Fed Up

2014’s GMO OMG

and the upcoming release in 2018 of The Devil We Know. And, we continue to find new ways to commit to educating, entertaining and delivering important social messages that inspire change.