Nutty Goodness Gets C.L.E.A.N.

Nutty Goodness

Nutty Goodness Gets C.L.E.A.N.
Nutty Goodness Gets C.L.E.A.N.

Certified Nutty Goodness Products

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Walker and Ben don’t live in the woods. They don’t play hacky-sack and they didn’t invent Nutty Goodness (Their friend did.) They’re just two regular guys on a mission to “take back the snack.”

Now they want you to join the fight.

The way they see it, snacking has always been our ally in the fight against daily hunger, fatigue and really bad moods. You don’t need an energy drink to boost morale or dominate your day. In fact, you shouldn’t have to eat artificial anything, in order to crush your cravings and live a healthy lifestyle. You just need the right food to snack smart.

Nutty Goodness is a lot like Walker and Ben: sweet, natural, completely free of BS and a little bit nutty. It is (and will always be) made from nothing but fruit and nuts, without GMOs, wheat, dairy, gluten or any added sugars.

Call the C.L.E.A.N./R.A.W. team to set up time to learn more about the background for the Certification and the process for getting your products certified.

Or you may attend the Webinar REDISCOVERING GOOD FOOD where the Chairman of the committee for C.L.E.A.N./R.A.W. certifications standard defines and explains the new parameters for good, clean food.


For far too long, we have all focused on what food is “bad” for us. Don’t eat too much fat. Sugar, salt and caffeine are bad. Stay away from GMOs and pesticides. A more positive and beneficial approach for consumers is to provide them a framework to understand what is good and clean food.

In early 2014, leaders of the “raw food” community and stakeholders in the natural products industry, including retailers such as Whole Foods, participated in a series of workshops, conferences and public hearings, facilitated by Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an MIT-trained Systems Biologist, to define what is “raw food.” What emerged was not only a definition of raw food but an International Standard, developed bottoms-up by the food manufacturing community, for good, clean and wholesome food.

Webinar Rediscovering Good Food

Whether you are a consumer, manufacturer, retailer or someone who is interested in health, attending this webinar will help you create a healthier world for you, your family and your community.

If you are unable to join the webinar, click on the button below to request a 1-on-1 session with a Food Certification Consultant.