WHY WE DO IT
Have you ever thought that sea moss would be one of our future foods one day? If you haven’t thought about it, now is the time! In the very near future, sea moss and sea vegetables will be an everyday food. Yes, it might happen in your lifetime!
Humans have mercilessly exploited the earth for commercial and industrial farming. We plant a seed and expect the earth to return a tree. But the soil returns you nothing in many places of the world. Sea moss and sea vegetables are expected to be one of the next big things that could help save us.
WHY WE DO IT : TO SUPPORT THE FOOD OF THE FUTURE
Food of the future will be most likely be vegetable based products.
Food of the future will most likely be sustainable foods that can be produced with minimal damage to the environment.
Scarcity of suitable farming land will push us to be more efficient. The future of food will also aim to improve and increase nutrient absorption, so we can get the most out of our foods.
Sea moss has all the above! It is a vegetable based product, sustainable food, and will change completely the way nutrient absorption works
By using Kolla Global's product, you will be helping to support climate-friendly foods and diets in your community. Kolla Sea Moss and other sea vegetables are sustainable foods, that are harvested without consuming clean water, and soil, and without using any fertilizers, and pesticides.
Once upon a time when our lives depended on nature. We lived a sustainable life. But it was a hard life. We then learn to harness the power of nature and began thriving as the dominant species of the planet. The planet has given so much to us, now it is time to give back and help preserve the future of our natural habitats.
We at Kolla Global know that we owe everything to our planet and are committed to preserving it through sustainable products and practices. We are tackling our impact from packaging, aiming for 100% biodegrade materials (paper, cardboard packing, zero plastic) in our products by 2025. As for sourcing, we plan to shift our focus more heavily to local supply where we can work with sustainable local providers and support our community by 2027.