Our Pledge 

We're, unconditionally and unapologetically:

Natural: Made only with ingredients you'd recognize from your pantry or garden.
Clean: Made with only singular ingredients, meaning that none of our ingredients contain other ingredients.
From scratch: Made in house and by hand. No
Unconventional: Proudly paving our own path, not blindly following the dogma of our industry.
Responsible: Doing right by our community and our environment.
Independent: 100% founder owned, meaning we are loyal to our values, not the deliverables of an investor.

We hold ourselves accountable for the impact we make.

Our Zero Food Waste Commitment:

“Waste not, want not” is a proverb that we take to heart. When you wash, prep, and cut over 4,000 lbs of fresh produce every single week, you wind up with a lot of food waste. In the early days of The Real Dill, we were tossing around 200 lbs of food scraps in the trash every week. Cucumbers, raw horseradish, dill, and peppers were bagged up and taken to the dumpster. Throwing all of those scraps in the landfill never seemed like the best way to dispose of them. So, we partnered with a handful of local nonprofits, which turn our food trash into compost treasure. Every week, we divert about 775 lbs of vegetable waste from the landfill and into the hands of our composting partners. That’s over 40,000 lbs per year! With these partnerships and a little creativity, we've successfully progressed forward on our journey to becoming a pickle company that achieves zero food waste.

Our Certifications

Since 2016, Certifiably Green Business (recognized by city of Denver and state of Colorado)

Gold member of Environmental Leadership Program

Our Sustainability Initiatives:

Striving to operate a zero food waste facility through our composting and recycling programs

Our employee-led “Green Team” directs sustainability initiatives to further the company’s environmental impact

What We Compost 

Vegetable scraps (cucumber, dill, horseradish, peppers, onion, garlic, etc)

Non-soiled paper towels

Compostable food packaging

Certain cardboard

Food waste that is composted

>90%, only less than 100% when our partners have constraint that prevents 100% diversion

>40,000 lbs annually

>750 lbs weekly