Even in our land of plenty, 12.3 percent of U.S. households—a total of 15.8 million people in this country alone—don’t entirely know where their next meal is coming from. These brands are stepping up to reduce food insecurity in America.

Nature’s Path Organic Love Crunch Dark Chocolate & Red Berries

A delightful, USDA Organic blend that reminds us of chocolate-covered berries, this granola features rolled oats, dried coconut, fair-trade dark chocolate chunks, flaxseeds, cocoa powder and freeze-dried strawberries. For each bag purchased, through its Bite4Bite model Nature’s Path donates the equivalent in cash and organic food to a food bank—up to $1 million per year. 

Tracy’s Small-Batch Granola

Craveable handmade granola packed with toasted coconut, sesame, pecans and almonds. Tracy’s donates 100 percent (yes, 100 percent!) of profits to the brand’s nonprofit Urban Gleaners. This organization redistributes surplus food from groceries, restaurants and farmers markets to food banks in Portland, Oregon. Urban Gleaners also provides more than 6,000 children and families with free, fresh food every week.

Revolution Foods Lunch Bundle Powerfood

Inside this better-for-you packaged lunch snack, you’ll find 450 filling calories of trail mix, Monterey Jack cheese, veggie crisps, almonds and gluten-free crackers that deliver 13 grams of protein. Revolution Foods donates 1 percent of retail sales to provide grants to schools that need better equipment to prepare fresh foods for students. 

Back to the Roots Garden-in-a-Can Basil

From a company dedicated to educating children and teens about the importance of knowing where good food comes from, this tiny garden is as simple as it gets: Pop off the top, add water, place in sunlight and watch it grow. For the brand’s #GrowOneGiveOne campaign, share a picture of the can and Back to the Roots will donate a kit and custom learning curriculum to a classroom of your choice. 

The Soulfull Project Tart Cherry Multigrain Hot Cereal

Simple grains, such as whole-grain rye, steel-cut whole-grain oats, almond flour, quinoa, chia and flaxseeds, plus tasty add-ins, make for a top-notch morning meal. For every serving purchased, Soulfull will provide a serving of hot cereal to a regional food bank.

Love Grown Sweet Cranberry Pecan Oat Clusters

Made with certified gluten-free oats, cane sugar, dried cranberries, coconut, sunflower seeds, pecans and flaxseed, this delicious granola comes from Love Grown Foods, a company founded on the principle that breakfast should be wholesome, delicious and affordable.

In addition to keeping costs down, Love Grown donates products to charity and good-food education initiatives.