Our Mission

Our mission is quite simple

We want to Stay Wyld and healthy, and give you the tools to do the same!

For us, Staying Wyld is a state of mind fueled by the extensive benefits of medicinal mushroom power.

To that end, we produce our organic medicinal mushrooms in North America where we have strict controls on our product. We steam our mushrooms to maximize their bio-availability. And, we put the environment first by not contributing to the plastic problem. Stay Wyld products are packed in glass bottles with metal lids making them infinitely recyclable. 

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100% Canadian Grown Mushrooms

At Stay Wyld, we grow our own mushrooms in Canada, which is part of our commitment to provide folks with the healthiest offerings they can trust. Our mushrooms are grown with 100% organic raw ingredients and Candian Organic standards. That’s the thing about North American food products. Standards are higher and more controlled, processes are more transparent, and our products will never end up in overseas shipping containers with hungry critters and other unpredictable conditions. We want to know where I food comes from and we're sure you do too!

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Steamed For Maximum Bioavailability

We’d never want to make a product that our bodies couldn’t fully use. That’s why Stay Wyld mushrooms are steamed and micronized to ensure all of the critical medicinal components are available for absorption by the body. Bioavailability is one of the most important factors when considering medicinal mushrooms, and you can rest easy in knowing that Stay Wyld’s offerings are processed to work in your body, not just in the lab.

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100% Plastic Free Packaging

For us, plastic free packaging isn’t a choice. It’s our responsibility. We have been committed to providing plastic-free packaging for all of our consumer size capsules and powders. Our 1kg bulk powders come in a plastic stand-up pouch due to their size and weight. We are looking for plastic free solutions for those large quantity products.

With 8,000,000 tons of plastic entering our oceans every year and so much more polluting our land, we could not in good conscience add to this crisis. Some companies would rather you believe that “biodegradable” and “compostable” plastics are just the “sustainable” solution the planet needs. But, in order to biodegrade, these alternatives require specific environmental conditions at facilities we don’t really have, so much of them will still be around for a very long time. The truth is, when these ”greener” plastics end up in landfills, even our good intentions don’t find their way to good results.