Boldly sharing the journey behind our ingredients, our products, and our future.
You’ve heard of the Amalfi Coast, but what about Ogden, Utah, where the Iron is always hot? Around here, Traceability is our North Star. Our leading scientists scour the world for first-class ingredients and dive deep for innovative formulations with rigorous testing. Made Traceable® is an invitation to see for yourself the explorations, detours, and choices about what goes in your body. Get the details like a local, not a tourist. Boron Voyage!
Ritual's 2022 Impact Report
This radical concept is our bread and vegan butter. We publicly share the source, supplier, and final place of manufacturing of ingredients for our active and other ingredients with you and our competitors. We invest in and partner with suppliers who care as much about their supply chains as we do.
Our Canadian-developed Omega-3 DHA in our Essential Multivitamins cuts out the middle fish
Our novel 3-in-1 Synbiotic+ includes a Postbiotic, Corebiome™ Tributyrin, from Spain
Scotland is known for more than haggis, it’s where we get Vitamin C for our Essential for Kids MultivitaminSee All Ingredients
Our approach to certifications shows you that someone else is looking under the hood. We believe that traceable science must be backed by credible third party validation.
Certified B Corporation is a comprehensive evaluation of Ritual's impact on customers, workers, governance, community, and the environment.
Essential for Women 18+: USP (United States Pharmacopeia) is a third-party quality certification that sets one of the highest bars for product transparency.
Essential Protein: Informed Sport is a global leader for quality certification in sports nutrition.
These goals are big and aspirational, some are even uncharted territory for our industry, but we’re committed to finding science-backed solutions for a better future. You bring the snacks, we’ll build the map.
Industry-leading transparency starts with publicly sharing the supplier name and final place of manufacturing for active and other ingredients. Supply chains are complex. Ingredients go through varying levels of processing facilities, which is why we define “final place of manufacturing” as where the ingredient is tested and finally processed for sale.