SoTru Was Born..
SoTru was born from our desire to offer honest, clean, green, whole-food supplements infused with organic and fermented ingredients providing a cornucopia of life-enhancing vitamins, minerals, plant proteins, and phytonutrients.
From Seed to Self
At SoTru – it is our vow to be true to you with the products that we nurture from organic seed, farm and field, to the comfort of your home and ultimate infusion into the very living cells of your vibrant self.
Each and every SoTru product contains fermented ingredients. Fermentation breaks down otherwise indigestible plant materials, while releasing full nutritional potency and ensuring maximum digestion and assimilation. Like most everything we do – our fermentation and formulas are proudly done in-house.
Grass Roots Growing!
At SoTru, small is the new big. We don’t proclaim to be all-things to all people, just something special for someone special – you!
We are a small company with high ideals, and we plan to stay that way. Our products are not targeted, nor desirable to the mass market outlets or mass consumers. What this means is that you will not find our products everywhere – but, you will find them at discerning retailers like health food stores, specialty markets and natural products stores.
Our dedication to the environment and the sustainability of our raw materials dictates that we cannot outgrow the supply of these vital ingredients. We are destined to serve a select few. Thank you for seeing the virtue and value that we provide, and the privilege to be SoTru to you.
Tru to Organic and our Environment
Encouraging authentic nutrition
The word “sustainable” gets thrown around a lot –but what is the true meaning of “sustainable?”
Beyond the buzzword – here is our definition:
Sustaining Organic Farms and Farmers
Supporting and sustaining the viability and livelihood of small independent organic farms and farmers.
Sustainable Organic Specialty Crops
Ensuring the sustainability of specialty organic crops such as organic medicinal mushrooms.
Sustaining and Expanding Organic Land
Creating continued demand for organic crops and therefore sustaining and expanding organic land.