Transparency and integrity are what we base our business on. To stand behind our quality promise, we happily share where our products come from and how they are made and packed, all in Finland.
The xylitol we use comes from the wood industry. Originally, all xylitol was made from the Birch tree. However, today, xylitol is produced in a number of ways. For us, sustainability is a core value and this is why we have chosen to use xylitol that is not only of the highest quality, but is also sustainable.
Our xylitol is produced in Finland using the side stream fibre waste from the European wood industry, meaning less waste and more delicious, sustainable culinary adventures!
The salt we use is of two different origins. Why so? Quality is our promise, and to make the highest quality, best possible products, we carefully select the suitable salt that brings out the flavours in the our products in the best way.
Our flake salt used in our Porcini Salt comes from Norway. Our partner company, a family company in Norway, North Sea Salt Works produces the highest quality, delicious and sustainably produced Nordic flake salt. They use only 100% renewable energy in their salt production and are also working in every manner to produce organic salt, should it become certifiable in the EU.
Our fine salt is the well-known and highly valued Guerande natural sea salt. The salt is unrefined and unbleached. It has been granted the French Nature et Progrès eco-friendly certificate.
We are proud to say all of our production and packing takes place in Finland, guaranteeing safe, clean and high quality packing that safeguards the naturally delicate ingredients.
We can all do our part for helping our planet and safeguarding our nature. When it comes to food packaging, we believe there is a lot of work still to be done. We try to do our best and that is why we are happy and proud to say that our packaging is 100% compostable, including the reseal zipper and the stickers! It has the OK-Compost certificate and can be disposed of with biowaste or alternatively with carton recycling.