Considered the original organic salad farmer, Earthbound Farm’s story begins in 1984 on a 2.5 acre backyard farm in Carmel Valley, California. The produce pioneer has quickly grown into a top-selling organic produce brand in North America.


Earthbound Farm approached TMD with the goal of elevating its website to reflect its rich heritage and current product line.


Designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience, the new site further establishes Earthbound Farm as an international leader in organic produce farming. Our developers built a robust backend system, simplifying the process for making updates to the site’s content.

Welcoming and down-to-earth, the new website is a true reflection of Earthbound Farm’s mission to make everyday a good day here on Earth. With beautiful photography and feel-good messaging, the new site is a visual reminder that it’s possible to protect the planet and consumers, while serving fresh, organic food.

“Working alongside the TMD team has been immensely enjoyable. Their creativity and dedication have been crucial in bringing the Earthbound Farm brand to life in a digital space. I am deeply grateful for their partnership in this successful journey.”

Hanna Almuti, Marketing Content Specialist, Earthbound Farm

With a color palette inspired by the original Carmel Valley farm, the new site is responsive for mobile and desktop view. Customers can look forward to improved navigation and functionality, with a helpful “Where to Buy” feature located at the top of the homepage. Product filters that allow the user to navigate through the brand’s salad and veggie kit categories streamline the user experience.

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“Partnering with the Earthbound team in creating a memorable digital experience has reminded me of why I love design. It’s important to remember that no great work is ever done alone. I’m grateful to have a team of talented individuals who understood the vision.”

Francisco Murillo, Creative Services Director, TMD

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