Feeding the Frustration

It’s infuriating how difficult eating has become. Reading labels is the equivalent to the classic card game “Go Fish”. Often the ingredients read like annotated Latin and worse, their composition

If there’s one thing you need to do before anything else each day, it’s eat. No one is stranger to the time old adage breakfast like a king, lunch like a

If there’s one thing you need to do before anything else each day, it’s eat. No one is stranger to the time old adage breakfast like a king, lunch like a

About a third of all new food products launched in 2008 claimed to be “natural”, not certified but natural. Do you know the difference? Natural unfortunately doesn’t reveal if pesticides,

The wasna. Sounds like the state after amrita (ahem-yogic bliss) right? Well, somewhere above 10,000 feet, the right bar might be exactly that, enlightenment and sustenance right from mouth to belly,

Three pounds of peanut butter per person, per year is consumed in America. If we did a little free association, what would come to mind? Lunchbox treat? Toast topper? How

“A hemp seed bar? Seriously? Is this the parking lot at a Grateful Dead show in 1995?” We have been very entertained here at Kate’s by the occasional message sent

Harvest time is nigh. All over the country, combines are moving across fields to collect the yield of countless crops. And in parts of Colorado, this includes the glorious sunflower.

Growing any company means constant change, and for Kate’s this has been especially evident in the progression of our packaging. What follows is a little photo journey demonstrating this development

Getting out of your comfort zone can apply to many aspects of life, from working your body a little harder to taking time out and unplugging. The possibilities are endless!