Neutral Foods announced its organic, pasture-raised milk is now available in more than 370 Sprouts Farmers Market stores nationally and in over 200 Target stores along the west coast. 

The addition of these two retailers marks a milestone for Neutral as its products are now available in 1,200 retail distribution points, which furthers the company’s vision of developing a more sustainable food system. The company is also currently partnering with Imperfect Foods and Fresh Direct to offer its products via online grocery delivery. 

“We continue to execute on our growth playbook to get more Neutral products into the households of those who really want to improve their own personal carbon footprints,” said Marcus Lovell Smith, CEO, Neutral Foods. “We are proud that quality retailers like Target and Sprouts recognize that our approach to being a carbon neutral food company can and will revolutionize the food industry by giving consumers an easy way to make daily choices that positively impact our planet.” 

Neutral works directly with dairy farmers to reduce the carbon footprint of its products, by implementing various strategies to drive down carbon emissions. What cannot be reduced is offset by purchasing carbon credits from U.S. dairy farmers who turn cow emissions into renewable energy, the company stated.

In addition to Sprouts nationally and Target in California, Oregon and Washington, Neutral’s carbon-neutral dairy products are also available at Whole Foods Market stores nationally, at regional and independent grocers such as New Seasons Market (Oregon), Central Market (Texas), Earth Fare (Southeast), Erewhon (SoCal), Nugget Market (Norcal), and Haggen, a division of Albertsons in the Northwest. Neutral is distributed nationally by United Natural Foods Inc. (NYSE: UNFI) and KeHE. 

The company will be launching Neutral pasture-raised butters in August and will continue to add several more retailers to more than double its year-over-year distribution point growth before the year’s end. Neutral also recently announced its expansion into food service, starting with its hometown of Portland.

 Momentum of the company’s expansion is fueled in part by a recent celebrity round of funding including from NBA stars LeBron James, Kevin Love and Tobias Harris and musicians John Legend and Questlove.