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Made With Hass Avocados

Hass avocados are higher in fat than other varieties, which gives them a richer taste and smoother, creamier texture. Avocados are a great source of vitamins C, E, K, and B-6, as well as riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, magnesium, and potassium. They also provide lutein, beta-carotene, and omega-3 fatty acids. Avocados are full of heart-healthy, beneficial fats that help to keep you full and satiated.


Good Foods believes in making simple, safe, delicious foods. Our products are free from artificial preservatives, artificial ingredients, and artificial colors.

HPP & Why

What is HPP?

HPP is a technical process that places freshly produced products in a cold-water bath and applies immense pressure.

What is the benefit?

HPP, high pressure processing, allows Good Foods to make products that maintain more of their nutritional benefits and bright, fresh flavors. HPP effectively eliminates spoilage organisms, enabling extended shelf life without added preservatives.

Why Good Foods chose to be at the forefront of this technology?

Kurt Penn, the founder and CEO of Good Foods, believes that HPP is the future of safe foods for consumers everywhere. Good Foods was started with these principles and this technology being paramount. Unlike many companies that may use third-party tolling operations for HPP, Good Foods uses this technology in-house. Doing HPP in-house allows for full control of the manufacturing process which benefits the products quality.

Are your packages recyclable?

Our cups are made of recycled PET (polyethylene terephthalate) or rPET, which the industry recognizes as recycle code 1. For best results, rinse cups and remove the label before recycling.

Sustainability Practices?

Good Foods is committed to becoming a zero-waste landfill facility. We have many efforts in place and believe in continuous improvement. A couple of examples of our best practices: Our avocado pits and skins are composted or used for oil production, our HPP machines recycle water, and our fuel conservation efforts are adding up to tens of thousands of gallons monthly.


Our products are best when served fresh. If you do choose to freeze, we recommend you consume them within 6 months.  They should be thawed in the refrigerator, rather than at room temperature, as the product itself is perishable.


Good Foods understands the safety requirements of allergens in the manufacture of our products. Our food safety team with full cooperation of our operations team demonstrates high levels of care and allergen monitoring in our plant environments. We follow all FDA regulations and identify, segregate, monitor and test equipment and food products to insure our consumers are safe.

Good Foods makes a variety of dips and spreads so please read all labels and ingredients prior to consuming.