Gaia Herbs: Transparency & supply chain self-sufficiency

September 2, 2014

6 Slides

At Gaia Herbs' 350-acre organic farm nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the company not only grows and controls the majority of botanical ingredients found in its premium products, it tests (HPLC, biomarkers, species identity and more), processes and packages finished products in its state-of-the-art facility.

Taking steps to develop an additional 100 organic acres in Costa Rica's Pacific Nicoya Blue Zone for the cultivation of high-demand turmeric, ginger and kava, plus negotiating transitional acreage in Peru and Patagonia to ensure quality supply of high-altitude South American crops such as maca, Gaia Herbs is committed to maintaining a sustainable organic supply chain.

Since Gaia's founding in 1986, the company has been committed to upholding the rigorous standards required of a Certified Organic Grower (COG) as determined by Oregon Tilth, one of the strictest and most stringent organic certifiers in the nation. As a result, Gaia Farm (established in 1997) has earned its reputation as one of the leading growers and producers of Certified Organic herbs and herbal products in the United States.

Gaia Herbs inspires the best in what we consider full supply chain transparency and integrity, and sustainable agricultural and business practices.

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