Alter Eco

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Co-founded by Mathieu Senard and Edouard Rollet, Alter Eco is a pioneer of globally crafted organic foods, including delicious Swiss-made chocolate bars and truffles, Bolivian Royal quinoa, heirloom Thai rice and Mascobado cane sugar. All Alter Eco products are USDA Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified, Carbon Neutral Certified, Non-GMO Project Verified and Certified Gluten-Free. Recognized as a top ranking certified B Corporation and one of the first registered Public Benefit Corporation, Alter Eco is dedicated to full-circle sustainability throughout its operations and supply chain through four pillars: sourcing using Fair Trade principles, producing of only organic and non-GMO foods, creating minimal waste by working towards 100 percent compostable packaging, and in-setting their carbon emissions via large scale reforestation programs in the cooperatives that produce their crop. These principals are entwined with Alter Eco’s commitment to the highest quality ingredients and taste in all its products. 
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Alter Eco Office Locations

Alter Eco has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
1663 Mission St #520, San Francisco
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Alter Eco total Funding

$3.1 m

Alter Eco latest funding size

$3.05 m

Time since last funding

9 years ago

Alter Eco investors

Alter Eco's latest funding round in July 2012 was reported to be $3.1 m. In total, Alter Eco has raised $3.1 m
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Alter Eco Blogs

Baked Apple and Quinoa Crumble Cups

Simple, delicious, good for you, and great for the planet.  Ingredients:  1 cup Alter Eco Red Heirloom Quinoa  1 tablespoon date or coconut sugar  1 ⁄4 teaspoon baking powder  1/2 inch ground ginger  Cinnamon  3 tablespoon olive oil  2 tablespoon cold water 3 apples peeled and sliced…

How to Have a Green Halloween

Halloween is a holiday full of fun costumes, decorations, and, (of course) sweets! The down side?  One-off costumes, individual candy wrappers, and short-lived decorations can all create significantly larger volumes of landfill waste.  In fact, 25 million tons of waste is produced in the U.S. just b…

Vegan Chocolate Halloween Bark

Halloween and chocolate go hand in hand! This delicious Halloween bark is the perfect low-sugar sweet to bring to your Halloween party! It's vegan, oh-so-easy to make and seriously addicting.   Ingredients 6  Bars (480 g) of Alter Eco's Deep Dark Sea Salt Chocolate A handful of vegan popcorn (fre…

A Day of Climatarian Recipes

This month, we went climatarian and asked you to join us.  Focused on plant-based, local food, the climatarian diet is a healthy choice for you and the planet, but hey -- changing eating patterns can be challenging.  We’ve already offered meal prep advice to make the switch, but now we’re going to g…

How to Green-ify Your Routine

Fall is settling in and many of us are settling back into familiar routines with it.  As you start to plan for your kids returning to school or heading back into the office on a more regular schedule, think about your consistent routines.  How can you make them more planet-friendly?  We’ve put toget…

Sweet Quinoa Breakfast Porridge

Don't let this sweet & delicious dish fool you... it's packed with nutrients to start your day and full of planet-friendly ingredients. Switch things up with local, seasonal fruits and whatever pantry staples you have on hand.  Ingredients Base:  1 cup uncooked Alter Eco Organic Rainbow Heirlo…
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Alter Eco Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Alter Eco founded?

    Alter Eco was founded in 2005.

  • How many employees does Alter Eco have?

    Alter Eco has 57 employees.

  • Who are Alter Eco competitors?

    Competitors of Alter Eco include Tony's Chocolonely, Trinchero Family Estates and Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.

  • Where is Alter Eco headquarters?

    Alter Eco headquarters is located at 1663 Mission St #520, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Alter Eco offices?

    Alter Eco has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Alter Eco have?

    Alter Eco has 1 office.