Holy Crap cereals are made in our own dedicated HACCP certified (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points is a systematic preventative approach to food safety in production processes) factory in Gibsons, BC.
Only Holy Crap cereals are made in our factory so our customers–especially those with allergen concerns–can be confident our ingredients don't come into contact with allergens.
Curious to know what the certification seals on our products mean for you?
You care about the food you eat, your health and well-being. And we care about how we make food for you. Certification seals provide evidence our products, supply chain, and production processes have been carefully audited, reviewed and verified by third-party organizations
You can be confident in a high standard when you choose our products.
FVOPA is the agency that provides our organic certification after determining we meet the criteria for our organic products to display the Canada Organic logo and under the Canada/US Equivalency Agreement display the USDA Organic logo.
Gluten Free Certification Program - The GFCP seal on our product packaging reduces label reading and enhances your shopping experience by providing increased access to safe, reliable gluten-free products. The GFCP trademark provides the added assurance to consumers that certified products have met stringent requirements for the manufacture of gluten-free products, setting themselves apart from all other products displaying “GF Marks” or making their own gluten-free claims.
Kosher Check - certifies our products kosher, which means they are prepared according to Jewish dietary regulations. Increasingly, people with dietary restrictions such as intolerance to dairy, shellfish or gluten, look for kosher-certified products, which clearly indicate if a product contains these allergens.
Vegetarians and vegans also rely on kosher labeling to know if a product contains meat or meat by-products.
Canada Brand - the iconic red maple leaf indicates we participate in the Canada Brand Domestic Initiative program that assists consumers in identifying Canadian products.
We make tasty nutrient-packed breakfast cereals that:
Len is packing up internet orders for shipping. Orders for distributors and grocery store chains leave the factory on pallets pictured below.
Holy Crap maintains "the world's largest survival kit" with a base inventory of 30,000 bags of cereal or 240,000 meals available for the local Sunshine Coast's residents in case of emergency. That's enough to feed the Coast's population breakfast for a week.