No products in the cart
At Daily Dose we are dedicated to reducing our environmental footprint.
Each year, over 1 billion pounds of pesticides and insecticides are used in the United States. Pesticide contamination affects soil, plants, and animals. When we ingest food items produced through industrialized farming our bodies are taxed with processing toxins, pesticides, and preservatives. By choosing organic, non-GMO produce sourced from farmers employing regenerative farming practices, we are helping to reduce usage of pesticides and insecticides that are so harmful to our bodies and the planet.
Biodiversity is the variety of living species on Earth – plants, animals, bacteria, and fungi. Biodiversity provides crucial services such as pollination, seed dispersal, climate regulation, water purification, nutrient cycling, and control of agricultural pests. The Earth’s biodiversity is so vibrant, yet many species are being threatened with extinction due to human activities. Major direct threats to biodiversity include habitat loss, invasive species, pollution, and global climate change.
At Daily Dose we are firmly committed to help deter this rapid ecosystem change and loss of biodiversity across the planet.
Lifestyle choices of individuals and communities have a large effect on their impact on biodiversity and the environment. We source only organic nutrient-dense produce, 100% grass-fed beef, free-range organic chicken, heritage-breed pork and responsibly harvested seafood. So, while you are feeling great eating our delicious clean organic meals, you can also feel good about contributing to the restoration and conservation of our ecosystems.
Regenerative farms focus on rebuilding organic matter and living biodiversity in the soil. This practice produces increasingly nutrient-dense produce year after year.
The farmers and ranchers we use have a strong commitment to environmental stewardship and animal welfare. 100% grass-fed beef, free-range organic chicken and heritage-breed pork are raised without antibiotics, growth stimulants or animal by-products.
Wild-caught seafood is harvested responsibly by fishermen to help us make informed choices about the seafood we use. We believe that together we can make a difference and affect a sea change that will guarantee the future of the ocean’s most valuable resources.
Zero Waste the conservation of all resources by means of responsible production, consumption, reuse and recovery of all products
Packaging and materials are fully recyclable or compostable with no trash being sent to landfills, incinerators, or the ocean – processes that threaten the environment, human health, and biodiversity.
Since our clients sign up for plans and programs in advance, we are able to accurately purchase the volume of ingredients we need each week, resulting in zero food waste.
Carbon Footprint the total amount of greenhouse gases (including carbon dioxide and methane) that are generated by our actions
Grocery store products go through a 5-step supply chain before they even end up on their shelf. Daily Dose has a 3-step supply chain – from the farm to our kitchen to your door – reducing waste and fossil fuel used by traditional grocery stores.
Food Containers, Lids and Clamshells are made of bamboo, unbleached plant fiber and corn. They are compostable, freezer safe, soak proof, and have no wax or plastic lining. These containers will compost in 2 to 4 months in a commercial composting facility or can be thrown out with regular trash.
Bottles are made of BPA recycled plastic and are 100% recycled with regular plastic recycling.
Delivery & Shipping Materials
Delivery Bags are made from post consumer plastic bottles. Recycled Polyester (rPET) and are returned to our drivers along with ice packs. Just leave on your doorstep, door handle, or with doorman/woman on delivery days.
Shipping Boxes are made from 100% recycled paper and can be recycled as part of standard paper recycling in your area.
Box Liners are 100% recyclable, and biodegradable, made from recycled boxes. They can be recycled curbside with your paper trash.
Ice Packs are non-toxic, water-soluble, drain-safe, and recyclable. To recycle, cut open plastic film and pour gel down your drain. Recycle the plastic film with your plastics.