The Apple State Takes Action
Our planet is a delicate balance of wildlife and human activity. Earth’s oceans in particular have been impacted from irresponsible development and pollution which has caused wildlife to decline in number. In the Salish Sea of Washington and British Columbia, Orcas Whales are struggling to find the salmon and clean waters that they need to survive. Apple State Vinegar is inspired to be part of the solution. We are dedicated to supporting education, research and cleanup efforts that create thriving ecosystems and sustainable development with the hope that human prosperity can coexist with conservation goals.
We dedicate 6% of our net profit to charities and nonprofit groups that help protect our inland waters, ocean ecosystems, and the creatures living within.
Washington State Organic Growers
Our deep gold apple cider vinegar is created using whole, juicy, organic Washington State apples. Organic apple farms improve soil and water quality, leading to sweeter more delicious apples. Apple State Vinegar has 6% acidity, is 20% stronger than other brands and is never diluted. We are also on a mission to support Washington State’s organic farmers. We source 100% Washington State organic apples, harvested from the Yakima Valley to the riverside orchard of Okanogan County.
Axis of Hope Prayer Wheels
Local artist Chris Moench designed this beautiful prayer wheel bottle especially for Apple State Vinegar. Hand-carved on porcelain, it represents the inspiration behind our brand: bringing land and sea together to support all life while offering a prayer of hope that human prosperity can co-exist with conservation goals.
Because we’re so grateful to live in the Pacific Northwest and enjoy the agricultural abundance this place offers, our mission is to give back to protect the land and seas we love.
|Check out all of the Axis of Hope Prayer Wheels at http://www.axisofhope.net
We’re extremely proud and excited to launch Apple State Vinegar, our premium raw, organic apple cider vinegar made from Washington apples.
It clocks in at 6% acetic acid (20% stronger than store brands), giving you a seriously powerful living culture that can help support digestive health.
That’s why we’ll donate 6% of Apple State Vinegar profits to charities and non-profits that preserve and restore clean ocean habitats.
The image on the Apple State Vinegar bottle is a prayer wheel tile hand-carved by Bellingham, WA artist Chris Moench.
It represents the inspiration behind our brand: bringing land and sea together to support all life while offering a prayer of hope that human prosperity can co-exist with conservation goals.
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