We gotta tell ya. Over here at Quinn, we know change doesn't happen overnight, it's progress over perfection.

We believe we can always BE BETTER and DO BETTER whether it's supporting our ag partners striving to improve their practices, sourcing better quality ingredients, pushing packaging towards being more sustainable, or by being better coworkers and members in our community.

  • High Oleic Sunflower Oil

    Conventional sunflower oil is a major ingredient that currently makes up 7% of our annual volume. As part of our Be Better. Do Better. Agriculture Initiative we are working to pilot a regenerative transition program with a few growers.

    High Oleic Sunflower Oil
  • Regenerative Sorghum

    Since 2020 we’ve been working to source sorghum flour from Steve Tucker of Tucker Farms. Steve has been transitioning his family’s land to more regenerative management practices over the last 20 years.  

    Regenerative Sorghum
  • Fair Trade Cocoa

    Since the beginning, we've sourced Organic cocoa powder. As part of our Be Better. Do Better. Sourcing commitment, we’re taking that a step further by transitioning our cocoa powder to Fair Trade by the end of 2022!

    Fair Trade Cocoa
  • Boulder Packaging Project

    Quinn was chosen to be part of the Boulder County Pollution Reduced Packaging Pilot sponsored by the EPA. Through the pilot we’re working to transition packaging in our microwave popcorn to recyclable or compostable options. 

    Boulder Packaging Project
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Our Be Better. Do Better. Mission is to advance 99% of agriculture by partnering with conventional growers who want to take the first steps in transitioning to more regenerative growing practices, that reduce or eliminate the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.

What does regeneration mean to us?

Quinn was started with the vision of making the world better for farmers, communities, and families for generations to come. We believe the only way to achieve this vision is through regeneration. With the effects of climate change already being felt by many communities around the world, including in our own Boulder community where we’re still reeling from the most destructive wildfire in state history, we know we need more than simply sustainability. To make the world a better place for future generations we need regeneration, not only for our environment but also for our communities.

  • Robyn O'Brien

    Robyn is a globally recognized voice in the food industry. Her TEDx talk (based on her book, The Unhealthy Truth, Random House) exposes the shortcomings in the food system.

    Robyn O'Brien
  • Bayard Winthrop

    Bayard Winthrop is on a mission is to craft high quality apparel, ethically and responsibly, right here in the United States. 

    Bayard Winthrop
  • Denise Woodard

    Denise Woodard is the Founder and CEO of Partake, a line of nationally distributed allergy-friendly snacks inspired by her daughter’s experience with food allergies.

    Denise Woodard
  • Dave Vetter

    Kristy chats with regenerative organic farmer and all around super hero, Dave Vetter. He supplies the organic corn in our popcorn, and honestly Quinn might not exist without his belief in our vision. 

    Dave Vetter
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