The Future of Food

A satisfying, safe and sustainable food supply is ours. All we have to do is grow it.



To feed 10 billion people by the year 2050, how we make our food has to change. Demand for meat is surging as countries get wealthier. But meat takes huge amounts of water and fossil fuels to produce, depleting scarce resources and adding to atmospheric CO2.



The world is producing record amounts of food. But unless we know what’s in that food, we can’t know the risks. More chemicals, synthetics, GMOs and industrial animal proteins in our food supply threaten the health of humans and our environment in ways we’re only beginning to realize.



We have a duty to provide food that’s safe for people and our planet. By embracing non-GMO, responsible practices from seed to solution, PURIS has built a future-proof food source with the variety, nutrition and taste people expect. Now we’re scaling up to meet the need.

Three Easy Regenerative Choices to Hit Your Sustainability Goals

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What do Tom Brady and PURIS have in common?

PURIS and the patriots have one thing in common: plant-based protein.

Tom Brady and his team TB12 launched a plant-based protein shake made from pea protein. Check out the back of the pack. "Made...

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Does Organic Mean Anything?

The 2018 Natural Product Expo East in Baltimore was on the fringe of Hurricane Florence media buzz. Thankfully, with tropical storms and Hurricanes, the weather coverage’s ability to predict the...

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Part 2 of 2: Making the Regenerative Choice the Easy Choice


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Part 1 of 2: The Two Climate Change Solutions You Need to Know About

Sustainability vs Regenerative 

Are you trying to minimize your environmental footprint? Combat climate change? Produce less waste? And what about sustainability? Or that whole regenerative idea?

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Part 1 of 3: What Does Organic Really Mean?

What does Organic Really Mean? There was a time when organic wasn't a choice. Before genetically modified seed, synthetic pesticides and chemical herbicides became the norm, we just called it...

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Part 2 of 3: Transition and Trust

Transition and Trust. In a globalized food industry where imported ingredients can arrive with an organic seal but dubious credentials, transparency counts. We believe people deserve to know...

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Part 3 of 3: Vote with Your Dollars

Vote with Your Dollars. Food brands are asking people to pay for U.S. organics, when their ingredients often come from places never mentioned on the package. That presents risks consumers have no...

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