EATS | Patagonia Provisions
It seems like it's getting increasingly difficult to shop these days—where is it made? how is it made? where are the materials sourced? is it fair trade? organic? sustainable? priced well? Maybe we're just more informed than ever before, but making sound choices is a lot of work. It's always a relief when you can trust a company to consider these big questions so you don't have to. That goes for clothing just as much as it does food, which is why I'm so excited that Patagonia has entered the food world with Patagonia Provisions. Their first venture is fully-cooked wild salmon pouches ($12) sourced from vetted and sustainable fisheries that are individually sealed in foil so you can eat it on the trail as easily as you can in the kitchen. The other night a friend pulled out a pouch at a dinner party for an hors d'oeuvre platter, and man was it tasty! Really. If fish isn't your thing, don't worry, there's buffalo jerky and grains coming very soon.