Passion to Seed Gardening


Passion to Seed Gardening (PTSG), as the name suggests, was built out of love and passion for growing food without the use of any pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers. We practice composting and use organic manure to enhance our plant growth.

We came into being in 2015 through the New Farmer pilot project offered by the county in partnership with the Montgomery Countryside Alliance.  The farm, which is situated in Gaithersburg, offers a variety of ethnic vegetables to a spectrum of customers who come to the farm and shop for their fresh produce.  In essence, it is a “United nations of vegetables” because of the vast variety of produce grown.

Very little or no mechanization is practiced on the farm, so that means each and every plant has been individually planted and given some TLC (tender loving care) prior to getting onto the consumer’s plate.

Preserving original taste of produce grown and growing it sustainably is our motivation and goal behind Passion to Seed Gardening.

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One Acre Farm


One Acre Farm, despite its name, sits on 34 acres in Montgomery County's Agricultural Reserve.  After over 10 years of renting land, we finally purchased this farm in April 2017 and are thrilled to have a permanent home.   Farmer Mike started One Acre Farm because he wanted to create a community where people can feel an association with the farm, crops and the vegetables they serve their family. If you're a member of the farm community, or even if you are not, you are welcome to stop by and check it out, just email Farmer Mike.

Some of the techniques that we use that make for a more sustainable environment are: animals to graze and fertilize the fields and eat bugs, composting to build the soil, planting cover crops in the fall when the fields are not in use to capture nutrients, and using drip irrigation to save water. The farm is chemical free (we don't spray synthetic pesticides or use synthetic fertilizers). Organic fertilizers are derived from naturally sourced materials, which feed the entire soil, creating healthy soil, which creates healthy plants that are better suited to fend off bugs and diseases, and in turn, the healthiest vegetables!

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Metro Microgreens


Metro Microgreens is a Montgomery County indoor, vertical farm growing hydroponic microgreens. We are based in Rockville and grow organically on a coco coir medium using only non-GMO seeds. No soil is used. No fertilizers are used. We sell our microgreens still attached to the coco coir medium so they stay fresh and nutritious for up to 2 weeks after purchase. We typically grow 15-20 different varieties including Micro Broccoli, Basil, Pea Shoots, Cilantro, Fennel, Sunflowers, Sorrel, Chervil, Leeks, Garlic Chives, Purple Radish, Kale, Carrots, Wasabi, Mustard and more. All of our microgreens are sold at the peak of freshness. Microgreens are very tasty and nutrient dense so these are great to add to any meal for a burst of flavor and nutrition. We are conveniently located at 6 local farmers markets (5 in Montgomery County and 1 in DC) or you can purchase on our website and pickup. Contact us for more information

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Gypsy Flower Farm

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Gypsy Flower Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown cut flower farm operating in Poolesville, MD. Since 2017, we have worked passionately to bring our customers beautiful and organically grown cut flowers without pesticides or heavily sprayed chemicals.

What started from a tiny backyard cut garden less than two years ago has blossomed into a thriving research and education farm, specializing in giving flower lovers the tools and motivation they need to grow natural and pesticide free flowers.

Every one of our flowers is grown with the most upmost care and patience, bringing our customers unique, uncommon and popular varieties throughout the seasons. From fragrant and colorful Tulips introducing us to spring, tall and vibrant Sunflowers in the summer and countless varieties in between, we harvest only the best of what is blooming each day. 

Farmers should work with the environment rather than disrupt it. As flower farmers, we strive to use the best organic compost, natural insect repellents and flower disease remedies we can. We are always researching new and interesting ways to grow flowers while also preserving the beautiful environment around us.

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Urban Ecosystem Restorations

UER is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit urban land trust that was formed to work with landowners, associations, and communities to preserve or develop Eco-Functioning Spaces® — value-enhancing green spaces that serve multiple, integrated ecosystem functions — and then to protect these spaces, and their functions, over time.

We are dedicated to finding mutually beneficial ways of working with landowner-partners to place Eco-Functioning Spaces (EFS) on their lands and then protecting and enhancing those EFS (and their functions) over time.  Where there are opportunities to expand Eco-Functioning Spaces (EFS), or aggregate them with other EFS, in order to increase the scale of the ecosystem services they can offer, UER will pursue them.

UER’s mission is to support the development of Eco-Functioning Spaces, design them to enhance value, protect them over time, engage site users and local communities in their care and appreciation, and ultimately, connect them into protected greenways that promote regional environmental and public health benefits.

Teaching people about the many ways Eco-Functioning Spaces benefit their lives, how to enjoy and respect these spaces for long-term individual and community benefit, and building STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills through an understanding of the science that makes EFS work are all also part of UER’s role.  

To learn more about our services, please visit our website at:




CNSI delivers a broad range of health information technology (IT) enterprise solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of federal and state agencies. We align, build and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help clients achieve their mission, enhance business performance and improve the health for over 28 million Americans. Formed in 1994, CNSI is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, with locations throughout the U.S. and India.

Environmental Stewardship is a key pillar in our Corporate Social Responsibility Program, iCare. We want sustainability to be a part of our culture and business model, not just a top-down directive. As a result, we convened a Green Council comprised of employees and managers from all functional areas to serve as an advisory group to improve our overall sustainability practices. The Council drafts and presents guidelines that influence decision-making and habits to align with the company’s goals on energy use, water reduction and recycling, and purchasing.

Overall, our green practices span across several lines of business including but not limited to:

  • Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC)
  • Sustainability Consulting
  • Preferred Vendor List with Sustainable Practices
  • Supplier Management Vendor Request Form with Sustainability Requirement
  • Facility Improvement and Optimization Projects - heating and cooling
  • Lighting design and implementation

In addition, CNSI encourages our staff to participate in green efforts including:

  • Annual E-Cycling Event (over 2,200 pounds of electronics were brought in)
  • Annual Computer Supply Donation (over 50 units were donated to local organizations to replace their aging equipment)
  • Terrace Gardening Workshops
  • Tree Planting Events

Lastly, as part of our 2017 efforts, we created and implemented our Sustainability Plan for our employees to use as guidelines for improving in-office and at-home environmental practices. Highlights include:

  • Encouraging staff to take public transportation, carpool or use bike/walk transit methods
  • Using green cleaning materials
  • Practicing responsible purchasing for all office products and supplies
  • Providing dishes and mugs in the office in lieu of disposable cups

We are very proud of our Sustainability Efforts and to join the growing number of quality firms in the Montgomery County Green Business Certification Program.


CleanChoice Energy

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CleanChoice Energy, which has an office in Chevy Chase, is a renewable energy company empowering residential and commercial customers across the country to make the choice to cut emissions and support clean energy through its 100 percent renewable retail electricity and community solar products. CleanChoice Energy serves customers in Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. CleanChoice Energy is a Certified B Corporation, a member of the American Sustainable Business Council, the U.S. Green Building Council, and is certified with the highest available rating by Green America’s Green Business Network, the first and largest network of socially and environmentally responsible businesses. Recently, CleanChoice was named to the Inc. 500 by Inc. Magazine, as one of the country’s fastest growing companies. For more information or to become a customer, visit:




Biohabitats, which has an office in Rockville, MD, applies the science of ecology to restoring ecosystems, conserving habitat, and regenerating the natural systems that sustain all life on Earth. They do this through assessment, research, planning, design, engineering and construction.

With a mission to restore the Earth and inspire ecological stewardship, Biohabitats is a purpose-driven company that measures success primarily by the degree to which the company enhances biodiversity, ecological democracy, and the resilience of life on this planet.

The firm’s projects help communities to restore degraded ecosystems, plan for the future in ways that enhance ecology and strengthen resilience to climate change, and link the natural world and its powerful systems with the built environment. In doing that work, and in the day-to-day operations of their business, Biohabitats walks the talk of sustainability, transparency, equity, and accountability.

Biohabitats team members are diverse in background and discipline, but unified by a shared set of values: revere wild nature, heal compassionately, practice wholeness, act with uncompromising integrity, and evolve to be the best. We thoroughly review all projects, company operations, and policies to ensure that they align with our core values. Biohabitats is proud to be a certified B Corporation and a member of the growing community of businesses focused on environmental and social responsibility.


Your Chef’s Table Farm

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Your Chef's Table Farm is focused on raising healthy and delicious food in the most sustainable ways. Our produce is Certified Naturally Grown, and our chickens are pasture-raised. We aim to embody the principles of regenerative agriculture.

What is Certified Naturally Grown?

According to the CNG website,

"Certified Naturally Grown farmers don't use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicide, or GMOs, just like certified organic farmers. The main difference between CNG and organic is our certification model, which relies on peer inspections, transparency, and direct relationships."

Feel free to ask us how our products are grown.

What is Regenerative Agriculture?

We adhere to the Rodale Institute's slogan, ""Healthy Soil = Healthy Food = Healthy People." At Your Chef's Table, we practice soil building techniques such as cover cropping, composting and minimal tillage in order to preserve and regenerate soil ecosystems. You can learn more about regenerative agriculture from the Rodale Institute here.

What we grow?

We grow a full variety of vegetables and raise poultry for eggs and meat on pasture. 

Where can you get our produce and poultry?

We run an on-farm stand Saturdays from May to November. Please sign-up for more details.

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The Farm at Our House

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The Farm at Our House is a certified organic farm located on land owned by Our House Inc., a residential rehabilitation program for adjudicated and orphaned young men between 14 and 20, in Brookeville, Maryland.  We help manage close to 30 acres and grow mixed vegetables, small fruit and spawn mushrooms intensely on 6 acres.  

Farms have the potential of serving as significant carbon sinks and with that always in mind we work hard to limit our carbon foot print through the following practices:

  • limiting use of plastic mulch; 
  • avoiding long distance marketing- we exclusively market in Montgomery County; incorporating no-till practices;
  • eliminating unnecessary packaging; 
  • utilization of passive solar energy in our three hoop houses; and cover cropping.

We also work with MCPS students during the summer and the young men at Our House to help cultivate the next generation of sustainable farmers.

You can join us on our sustainable farming journey by first and foremost purchasing a grocery store styled CSA share for pick up on farm or in Rockville, purchasing from our market stand at the downtown Silver Spring market on Saturdays or patronizing the likes of Addie's, Blacks Market Bistro, Blacks Bar and Kitchen, Il Pizzico, Roots Market and Dawson's Market. 

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Red Wiggler Community Farm

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Red Wiggler Community Farm, founded in 1996, is a sustainable farm where people with and without developmental disabilities come together to work, learn, and grow healthy food. On our 12-acre campus, Red Wiggler’s participants cultivate Certified Organic vegetables that are distributed to the community including Group Homes for adults with disabilities and Manna Food Center.

Red Wiggler is dedicated to the health of our community by utilizing sustainable farming practices such as cover cropping, low/no till production, crop rotation, beneficial plantings, and organic growing standards.

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Potomac Valley Organics

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Potomac Valley Organics is a small family farm providing fresh organic salad greens to our local community. We have been Certified Organic since our start in 2011, committed to growing healthy soil, and, in turn, growing healthy greens.

Some of our sustainable practices include using natural inputs such as compost and cover crops to fertilize the soil, never using chemical pesticides or herbicides, implementing passive weed control techniques to reduce soil disturbance and the need for tractor cultivation, and purchasing farm inputs locally when possible to reduce use of fossil fuel.

Not only are we committed to sustainable practices on our farm, we also partner with those who share our values. The wholesale markets who carry our products are just as passionate as we are about improving sustainability and supporting local businesses.

Although we have implemented many practices to increase sustainability on our farm, we are always aiming to improve. Our goals for 2018 include expanding our pollinator habitat for the bees kept here, making bird and owl boxes for the farm’s perimeter, and implementing a no-till practice in some sections on the farm to improve soil structure and reduce fuel use.

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From the Earth Foods

From the Earth Foods is a small diversified vegetable farm located in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve.  Initially started in Minnesota with her sister, Courtney re-launched the business in Maryland thanks to help from Montgomery Countryside Alliance’s Lank Link program and the New Farmer Pilot Project.

The farm currently serves customers at farmers’ markets located in downtown Silver Spring and Poolesville, as well as selling wholesale to small regional grocers.  The farm has been certified organic since 2015 and continually strives to utilize the best available growing practices as well as good old fashioned hard work.

Here are a few of the sustainable practices the farm employs:

  • Planting cover crops, also known as green manures, to build soil fertility, capture nutrients, protect water quality, reduce runoff, provide habitat for beneficial insects, and prevent soil erosion.
  • Designating and setting aside land that is used strictly for growing perennial vegetation to house beneficial insects and wildlife. 
  • Building healthy soil using cover crops, compost (made right here in Montgomery county) and naturally mined minerals that in turn produce nutrient dense foods.
  • Utilizing crop rotation to minimize disease outbreaks and pest pressure.  When needed we only use organically approved products to control them.   
  • Using drip irrigation on crops to conserve water usage.

We strongly believe that the health of the land correlates directly to the health of the people, and our farming practices strive to grow nutritious food while building and protecting the environment around us.

Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm


Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm is a certified organic and Certified Naturally Grown vegetable farm operating in Germantown, MD. Since our founding in 2013 we have worked to bring local, organic produce that is colorful, nutritious, and delicious to our community, and specifically to those in need in Montgomery County.

Our organic practices, combined with the love and attention each member of our family gives to all our produce is that extra something that makes vegetables the star of every menu, in a way they were meant to be! We can be found in our work with Manna, the local food bank, at the Olney farmers market year-round, on the produce stand of Dawson's market in Rockville, and at local restaurants such as Riccuitis in Olney, Vasili's kitchen in Kentlands, Basset's, and watershed cafe in Poolesville, and also Il Pizzaco in Rockville. 

From the start, being green was in our blood, our hearts, and certainly in our plans. We use organic compost to feed the plants, capture rainwater to quench their thirst, and sequester as much carbon as our lush green plants can carry! Nothing goes to waste on our farm, and we live everyday searching for new ways to return to the soil all that we take, and more.

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SharePower Responsible Investing Inc.

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SharePower Responsible Investing Inc., which has an office at 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite 416, in Takoma Park, is a different kind of independent financial company. Collectively owned by all member advisors and support staff, we serve our clients, not a Wall Street firm, hedge fund or insurance company. Our mission is to bring socially responsible investing strategies to individuals, families, small businesses and nonprofits who wish to align their investments with their values. We believe that the best investment program meets the needs of each client, contributes to a just society, and promotes a healthy planet. We are one of very few financial firms in the US that has committed to the United Nations Global Compact, a pledge to commit our resources to further human rights, labor rights, environment and social justice.


McDonald’s at River Road

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McDonald’s at River Road is proud to be the world's first store in the massive burger chain to achieve sustainability certification. This McDonald’s restaurant — locally owned and operated by franchisees Kari Swenson and Kenny Foster, implemented full-scale recycling in both the front and back of house, eliminated the use of Styrofoam and other polystyrene foam products and eliminated paper towels in the restrooms. The store is also using:

  • 100% LED lighting
  • High-efficiency pre-rinse sprayers and hand sink aerators
  • High-efficiency Energy Star equipment
  • Employer-sponsored public transportation cards 

Donation Nation

Residential or commercial, Donation Nation provides a no-landfill waste solution for all removal needs. From donations, recycling, and junk removal, Donation Nation delivers an expedient service for all donors who need to remove excess items fast. Donors do not need to package anything, for we do all the work for them, just point and items vanish into blue and green containers.

Customers pay for our service due to our unique removal process and our innovative redistribution and processing programs. Donation Nation charges each customer per volume of space in the step van that their items take up. We are the only removal service in the state of Maryland, which offers our donors a tax-deductible receipt for our service rendered plus the fair market value of their items, an incentive to be environmentally conscious.

In 2013, Charles M Bailey, the founder and President of Donation Nation Inc., became the first and only non-profit removal service within the State of Maryland; a removal service that was environmentally conscious of where its supply of household and commercial items go.

With our core values in place, our organization developed its mission to reduce our counties’ carbon footprint by redistributing economic and tangible resources to benefit and grow our non-profit infrastructure. A mission to reduce poverty, becoming an organization that brings a holistic approach to bring stability and dignity to our most vulnerable neighbors, with a green solution. 

 Using our supply from our removal service, all household and commercial items are redistributed to our 14 non-profit different partners, for free!

  • A Wider Circle    
  • Identity Youth
  • Digital Bridge
  • Stepping Stone
  • Liberties Promised
  • Equipment Connections for kids
  • ECDC 
  • Gaithersburg Community Services
  • Comfort Cases
  • Pathways to Housing DC
  • Interfaith Works
  • Montgomery Coalition for the Homeless
  • Habitat for Humanity (Restore)
  • Non-Profit Montgomery

Here are a few of Donation Nation Inc.’s practices:

  • Donation Nation Inc. is fundamentally a recycling program
    • 64.37-70% diversion rate
    • 35.64% Incineration rate
    • 0% Landfill
  • Donation Nation Inc. takes everything, no matter the quality, for we have the practices and processes in place to redistribute and recycle our entire supply!
  • Donation Nation Inc. believes that to reduce our regions carbon footprint, we must find different avenues of redistributing our communities excess items.
    • 14 Different non-profit partners, 14 different pathways of distribution, 14 various missions, not including our fundraising sales program as a pathway of redistribution
    • Items that are not, or cannot be donated to a non-profit are put into a fundraising sales program, where it is redistributed to our community at low prices.
    • All Non-profit partners receive a supply of quality household and commercial items for FREE, without any limitation to quantity or frequency! Thus expediting the process of furnishing a home of an individual or family transitioning from shelters to transitional housing!
  • Processing our entire supply for quality and utility
    • Our entire amount collected from our community is processed, meaning that we go through every single item donated, and make sure that all items donated maintain a high quality standard!
    • Chemicals are separated, and taken to Montgomery County Eco-Wise Program
      • We are the only removal service that accepts household chemicals.
      • Chemicals are separated based on content, and are disposed of safely and correctly!
    • Quality items are set aside for donation
    • Poor quality items
      • If an object is denied by a non-profit, it is put into our fundraising program, and or put up for free on social media.
      • The Resource Recovery Facility incinerates items that are contaminated by a rodent(s), smoke, or any contaminants.
      • Zero percent of our supply is sent to a landfill.
  • Tax Deductible Service
    • Donation Nation is the only removal service in the state of Maryland that offers a deductible receipt for Services rendered + Fair Market Value for choosing to be environmentally conscious with your excess items.
  • Donating Made Easy
    • Donation Nation Inc. believes that if we can make donating household and commercial items easy, we will attract more individuals and businesses to go green! No longer do our donors have to do the donation dance of figuring out which non-profits accept certain items, we do that for them! Donate everything, and we will find a home for it!


AECOM Fast Facts

  • US$17.4 billion of revenue during fiscal year 2016
  • Ranked #1 in Engineering News Record‘s “Top 500 Design Firms” for 8th consecutive year
  • Named one of Fortune magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” for the third consecutive year 

AECOM has a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.

We connect expertise across services, markets, and geographies to deliver transformative outcomes. Worldwide, we design, build, finance, operate and manage projects and programs that unlock opportunities, protect our environment and improve people’s lives.

As a global company, AECOM recognizes our expansive footprint and focuses on practices that reduce energy consumption and waste. We have implemented a sustainability data management system to better track and analyze data to enable continuous improvement. AECOM has launched initiatives to decrease energy, consolidated our physical footprint by nearly 10 percent year-over year and committed to significantly reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.

Here in our Germantown, Maryland office, our commitment to sustainability goes beyond meeting client requirements and complying with environmental rules and regulations.  The AECOM Germantown Green Team has established a mission to incorporate the principles of sustainability into our daily activities to minimize the environmental impact of our operations, to optimize the use of resources, to build positive relationships with our communities, and to promote a healthy and productive work environment.

Our green practice spans across several of our business lines and include a wide variety of services including, but not limited to the following:

  • Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC)
  • Energy efficient major renovation and new construction
  • Commissioning services
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
  • Demand management plus demand response
  • Sustainability consulting
  • Innovative financial solutions
  • Energy master planning
  • Supply side energy analysis
  • Cogeneration, distributed generation and renewable energy
  • Facility improvement and optimization projects - heating and cooling
  • Lighting design and implementation
  • Watershed Assessments
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and Training
  • Natural Resources Assessments
  • Environmental Impact Assessment and Permitting



ecobeco believes that all homeowners should live in comfortable, efficient, healthy homes.  We are a trusted partner for whole home design that impacts individuals and their families, our community, and the environment in positive ways.

Since 2008, ecobeco has been helping homeowners around the greater Washington DC Metropolitan area with their remodeling needs.  We have completed over 1,000 remodeling projects, and we have performed energy efficiency audits and check-ups for over 50,000 homes and apartments as part of our relationship with Pepco's energy efficiency programs. Our multi-disciplinary team of energy auditors, general contractors, architects and interior designers will create the homes our customers have always wanted.

ecobeco provides Design Build, Energy Efficiency, Indoor Air Quality, and Handyman Services. ecobeco is committed to reducing our impact on the environment in all aspects of our operations: in our Rockville offices, satellite facilities, in transportation and fleet vehicles, and on all jobsites, we encourage waste reduction, energy conservation, and greener purchasing choices for our supplies and materials. 

In addition to our practices in the Rockville office / employee environment, we support and participate in community events that have a mission of supporting the education and communication of energy efficiency, green building practices, enhancing indoor air quality, and reducing environmental impact of construction. We also donate services and prizes to various environmentally-focused local organizations when requested, such as One Montgomery Green.

We participate with paid sponsorships for several Community events each year, in addition to accepting ongoing requests from community organizations in our service area for workshops and informational presentations on how homeowners and citizens can help reduce their energy consumption and improve their environmental footprint through simple practical changes. These workshops and additional services are most often held on weekends are in addition to our normal work functions and weekday office hours. 

ecobeco supports and advocates for regional, state, and national environmental policy efforts and participates on the committee level in various capacities including communicating and messaging relevant news and articles via our blog and our many other social media channels. 

Our overall goal is to practice and educate on topics related to “Greening Your Home & Lifestyle” -reduce, reuse, and recycle; giving back to the local community; making better choices each day; striving for continuous improvement in all areas of our individual and business operations, and above all else, to help people create safer, healthier, and greener homes.

Dress it up Dressing

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DRESS IT UP DRESSING -- We want to change the way you dress (your salad).

From the start, Dress It Up set out to offer a delicious alternative to the typically low-quality, low-priced dressings available. We believed there was a market for simple, classic formulas made with integrity – a dressing that could rival home-made.

The quality of the ingredients and how we treat them is what makes DRESS IT UP unique. Our vinaigrettes are made using olive oil, vinegar, garlic, mustard, and a little salt – nothing else. The result is a velvety and creamy vinaigrette that clings to the lettuce leaf, saturating it with flavor, but not with moisture. Vegetables remain crisp and fresh and their flavors come through without being overpowered. Use our vinaigrettes to marinate your meats, accompany your cheese, and, of course, adorn your greens.

Since we don’t add water, our dressing has all the flavor you need in just one spoonful — it’s all you need.

That’s why we say Change The Way You Dress.

At Dress It Up Dressing, we consider our dressings inextricably linked to the environment and to the farmers who produce the fruits and vegetables on which they taste so good. Early on we made a commitment to produce Dress It Up Dressing responsibly and sustainably. That means sourcing ingredients locally whenever possible, seeking out small micro-producers, minimizing travel times, shortening the food chain and reducing our impact on the environment. It also means practicing corporate responsibility, providing opportunities for people in our community, and choosing vendors who do the same. We are proud to be a certified B-Corp.

We support initiatives that align with our values and passions – chief among them is the importance of learning healthy eating habits at a young age. That is why we love to partner with groups that offer healthy food to schools and children.

With Dress It Up Dressing we aspire to create a product – and a company – that embodies the traits we hold dear: honesty, integrity, responsibility, and good taste.