In life, it’s the little victories that matter.

Like feeding your family delicious, healthy foods that support our communities.

At Victory Hemp Foods, we grow with American farmers in your backyard. Then we process the superfood of the future: a tiny grain that’s packed with the perfect balance of nutrients like omega fatty acids, magnesium, calcium, and fiber. A tasty protein powerhouse with more than 2x the amount of protein per serving than chia seeds, you’ll want to blend it into your morning smoothie or toast it for a spectacular salad topping. Really, the possibilities are up to you! However you use it, we’re sure that with Victory Hemp Foods, every meal will be a little victory for you, your family, and your neighborhood farmers, too.

 

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Hemp in Politics

While Congress is making strides to create legislation that will allow us to utilize domestic hemp nationwide, we’re also on the front lines working with farmers to return our land to a thriving agrarian community with hemp at the helm.

Our roots are in the soil and our eyes are fixed on a horizon that welcomes a new day where farmers in our community can return to the soil and make a healthy living without compromising their land or poisoning their environment with modern chemicals. Hemp can light the way.

Farming a new row crop

We are changing the way people live and work by harnessing the free market and using its power to restore our farmlands and those communities. And we’re passionate about doing so. While we are a “food” company at our core, we care most about being an industry leader that is positively impacting the environment and our community at-large. It’s our privilege to provide these healthy, safe and sustainable foods.


Aligned with our customers and our country’s farmers, we are committed to making a change where positive impact from U.S.-based businesses is needed and can make a substantial difference.

The day we win is the day we tell a new story about how 100% of our hemp foods are grown in and processed on American soil. How can we support U.S. based farmers? Legislation is alive and active in Congress that would change the laws that hinder domestic farmers; removing barriers which hamper the domestic hemp industry and our economy from fully utilizing this incredible plant to reach its potential.

You can read more about Legislation action and implications here.