our story

Hey fellow foodie. We get it, you’re obviously obsessed with hemp, have bought all of our products, and now you want to know how we started. Well strap yourself in because this story is super boring. 

Starting with the basics, Gaia was the Greek goddess of the Earth, the mother of all life. Gaia’s Farming Co. is our ode to Mother Earth. Our purpose is to create a better future for our Earth, and we believe using her most sustainable plant (and superfood) hemp, is the way to do it. 

Pronunciation tip:

(/ˈɡeɪə, ˈɡaɪə/)

Gaia  /  gai - a 

We embarked on this rollercoaster of a journey in 2020 to truly understand hemp and its superpowers. And in turn we vowed to make it a part of our every day. 

For centuries, people have harvested and honoured the humble hemp plant. Our mission is to bring back hemp, in a time when we and our planet need it most. 

After working with some extraordinary people across the microbiology, farming and processing industries, we have crafted masterful food & drinks that are nutritionally great for you and protect our planet. 

Pretty much, we’re a bunch of untraditional folk who believe that business should be a force for good. 

We believe the food we’re creating, and consuming should be better. Better for our body and better for our Earth. And we believe you want that too. 

So join us in the fight, after all #itsinourhands


 We want to create a world where hemp is a part of every day life. Our long term goal is to continue to create delicious food & drink products using hemp. We will innovate and push the boundaries of what’s possible, becoming the plant based brand that is synonymous with great hemp products.


We believe in a sustainable and fully circular economy. We are currently in the process of being legally carbon neutral. All our packaging is recyclable or compostable, and we put Mother Earth first when making all of our decisions. 


As soon as we launched we made sure we partnered with 1% Pledge. Pledging 1% of all our sales and products to great causes. So far we have worked closely with the folks at ‘The Felix Project’ who run amazing initiatives, helping to feed struggling local communities.