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Changing the world by changing what’s on our plates

Consumer Packaged Good Certification

Plantricious certification differentiates your product as the plant-nutritious choice among the merely plant-based options, making it easier for consumers to identify the foods recommended by their healthcare professionals.

Certification Requirements

1. CPG must meet the Certified Plantricious or Plantricious Friendly Guidelines

Certified Plantricious 


To learn more about the Certified Plantricious Guidelines & in-depth explanation of each requirement click here

  • Must be whole food plant-based, contains no animal products.
  • May be minimally processed
  • No added oil
  • No added sugars
  • No artificial additives or preservatives
  • Sodium (mgs) to Calories ratio, 1 ≤ 1
  • Total Fiber to Calories, 3g ≥ 100 calories

Plantricious Friendly


To learn more about the Plantricious Friendly Guidelines & in-depth explanation of each requirement click here

  • Must be whole food plant-based, contain no animal products.
  • May be minimally processed
  • No added oil
  • No added sugars
  • No artificial additives or preservatives

Benefits of Plantricious Certification

  • Positions you and/or your business, as a leader in a unique and growing marketplace
  • Differentiates your food(s) as plant-nutritious vs merely plant-based
  • Aligns your brand with recommendations from the medical experts
  • Allows your brand to refresh, rebrand and upgrade existing vegan labeling
  • Elevates your brand among multiple demographics
  • Demonstrates your commitment to truth and transparency in labeling
  • Builds deeper customer trust and loyalty
  • Access to exclusive co-branding opportunities

98% of shoppers

consider ingredients when purchasing

49% of people

say diet impacts the way they shop

All diets include plants

DASH, Heart-Healthy, Glycemic-Index, Weight Loss, Anti-Inflammatory, Vegan,
Vegetarian, Flexitarian, Mediterranean, Paleo...

85% of consumers

seek “super foods” when shopping..."super foods" are mostly plants
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