To create and raise awareness around just and sustainable food. That is our mission. When you open a jar from Food For Thought you can be assured that we have done our best to bring you products that make a difference in the quality of life on this planet. Think About It.™

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    Create Your Own Food For Thought Gift – 12 Items

    Choose twelve of your favorite Food For Thought flavors and build your own organic gift!

    $100.00 Buy Online at Traverse Gourmet
  • FFT Olive Oil

    Palestinian Fair Trade Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    This Palestinian Fair Trade olive oil is FRUITY, FLAVORFUL, AROMATIC WITH A LINGERING PEPPERY FINISH. It’s high quality, hand picked, and pressed within hours of harvest.

    Extra Virgin olive oil is best used raw as a dip, used in dressings and will enhance and carry the flavor in both sweet and savory dishes. We like it over hot pasta or vegetables, drizzled over salad or in any sauce, hot or cold…

    $20.00 Order Online from Traverse Gourmet
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    Food For Thought Active Shirts

    Made from 100% polyester, these very lightweight wicking tech shirts are comfortable for everyday wear or wide range of athletic endeavors. We originally purchased them for our staff for those hot summer days in our production room, but they’ve become so popular that we’re making them available to our customers. (It has also become Timothy’s go-to work out shirt for all his local and global running efforts.)
    Available in long ($30) and short sleeve ($28) and many sizes, available for purchase at Traverse Gourmet!

    $30.00 Buy Online at Traverse Gourmet

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  • Run Across Congo: Faces Behind the Run

    Run Across Congo

    By: Timothy F. Young In telling of my adventures in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, I didn’t expect I’d be telling the story of a man: Herman Chirihambali Lwango. After all, the Congo is considered by the UN to be the most dangerous place in the world to be a woman, and I was […]

  • Where the Film “Farmland” Falls Short: Family-Owned Farms Don’t Grow Much Food

    By: Timothy Fitzgerald Young In the past decade films like Food Inc., Supersize Me, and King Corn have blown the lid wide open on an industry known to be as secretive as the military industrial complex. These documentaries have contributed to a shift in consumer orientation towards food and, most importantly, these films have changed […]

  • Timothy Talks Trademark with WKLT

    Timothy Young talks to Omelette about his concerns with the Huffington Post and Chipotle Mexican Grill, and why brand and trademark are important to small businesses like Food for Thought. Click here to listen to the full interview.

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