More Popular Beyond Organic Questions and Answerss

Hello Mission Marketers and Insiders,

Here are some more popular questions I’ve been getting.

Q. Where does Beyond Organic get its organic foods and beverages?

A. Beyond Organic grows, raises, and produces most of their foods and beverages on their 8,000 acre ranch/farm in Missouri, and from their pure mountain springs in north Georgia. For more information about Beyond Organic products, check out the Products page.

Q. How can I purchase Beyond Organic foods and beverages?

A. You can purchase Beyond Organic foods and beverages through an independent Mission Marketer. Each Mission Marketer will have his/her own website (think of it as a virtual farmers market) through which products can be purchased, and shipped directly to your front door.

Q. When can I purchase Beyond Organic foods and beverages?

A. Beyond Organic will begin shipping its products this October (2011). Beyond Organic Insiders can place orders now for the founders packages while they still last. Until Oct. this is all that can be ordered now.

Q. How much will Beyond Organic foods and beverages cost?

A. Refer to the Products page for pricing information.

Q. Do I have to participate in Mission Marketing to purchase products from Beyond Organic?

A. No. You may simply purchase products through an independent mission marketer at retail price. You may also choose to become a preferred customer. There is a $19.95 annual fee, which entitles you to a 20% discount off retail prices. This fee will be waived if you sign up for the autoship plan.

Q. I understand that it’s free to become a Beyond Organic Insider. Will there be any membership fees in the future?

A. Yes. For those who wish to participate in Mission Marketing, there will be an annual membership fee of $39.95. This entitles you to a 20% discount off the retail price of products. It also enables you to earn commissions and bonuses from the sales of Beyond Organic products.

Q. What is Beyond Organic University?

A. Beyond Organic University is a 40 hour online curriculum that will empower you to share the message of natural health with friends and loved ones. As a Beyond Organic Coach, you can help others take their health to the next level.

Q. What is the Healthy Living Account?

A. For those who participate in Mission Marketing, and maintain VP enroller status or higher, Beyond Organic will make monthly deposits into a Healthy Living Account (think of it as a savings account for your health). You can use this money to obtain health related services and products from a network of service providers, such as chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and naturopaths. You will also be able to use this money to take a relaxing vacation, join a gym, and other things that promote your health.

Q. How will your products be shipped?

A. All products will be shipped directly from the Beyond Organic distribution center in Kansas City to your home. They will use dry ice and temperature controlled boxes for certain items.

Q. What is the difference between “GreenFed” and “grass-fed” cattle?

A. In most cases, “grass-fed” is a bit of a misnomer. Ruminant animals (such as cows, goats and sheep) that are allowed to roam free in a pasture, consume grass as well as other green forage such as forbs, legumes, and herbs – hence the term “GreenFed”. A GreenFed™ diet is ideal to create health for ruminant animals. Our cows are raised on pastures that are pesticide, herbicide and chemical fertilizer free. When consuming GreenFed™ beef and dairy you can be sure you are getting the proper balance of omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids. Beyond Organic’s GreenFed™ meat and dairy products are loaded with probiotics, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, omega 3 fatty acids and CLA.

Also Grass fed is 30% grass fed while green fed is 100% grass and other greens.  NOT GRAIN!!!

If you have any more questions, just email us via the contact us tab at



7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Yolanda Meier on August 5, 2011 at 9:30 am

    The last question was “What is the difference between ‘green fed’ and ‘grass fed’? Grass fed is 30% grass fed while green fed is 100% grass and other greens. NOT GRAIN!!!


  2. Posted by Debbie Morgan on August 5, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Is Beyond Organic regulated by FDA? I’m curious as to how everything tastes–is there any feed back from those who have eaten/drank any of the products? Can you explain a little better the difference between the number of founder packages purchased? I purchased 1(one), if it is better for me to have purchased 2, can I go back and purchase another and it will count the same? When one builds a business with beyond organics, can it be willed to heirs or does it just dissolve?


    • Hi Debbie, Beyond Organic will meet all FDA guidlines. I didn’t taste the meat or cheese. My friends have had the cheese and say it taste great. I have had the amasai and it was amazing. Really perfect.

      When you buy a founders package there are points you get. As you get more points your position moves up and you can get more % of others sales as you move up but get at least 2 packages will give you an extra bonus on your downline orders. You can get a 2nd package now and I suggest you do but they are only allowing a certain amount to be sold so please hurry to get your 2nd one if that’s what you want to do.

      I’m not sure about it being willed but will find out.


    • yes I just found out it can be willed.


  3. Posted by debbie on August 22, 2011 at 12:52 pm

    will beyond organic be certified organic?


    • Hello Debbie, Certified organic does not mean much compared to how clean and pure BO products will be. At current I do not think they have plans to be certified organic according to current organic rules but they will be organic in every way. That’s the plan.


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