We're Good Food Awards Winners!
Each year, the Good Food Foundation publishes the Good Food Awards. The awards highlight the very best packaged food & drink makers across the country, along with the best products that those makers produce. This will be the first year that the drinks category is included! 🎉
The Good Food Awards are defined by two important requirements:
1. Being made in a socially and environmentally responsible way
2. Providing exceptional craftsmanship and flavor
Our Local Mandarin Farmer
Additionally, recipients must be made with a balanced objective of local, organic, and highest-quality. They must be free from genetically modified ingredients, high fructose corn syrup, and any other artificial ingredients, colors, flavors, and/or preservatives like lecithin, carrageenan, gums, and artificial thickeners.
If they’re made with fruits, vegetables, or nuts, (yours truly 😋), then they must be grown without the use of synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or fertilizers. Needless to say, they must be authentic, delicious, and contain absolutely no junk!
Submissions are prequalified according to those standards and then evaluated in a blind taste test from a panel of judges, who are a group of food & beverage industry veterans.
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Blood Orange Bliss
A sunny Saturday in a bottle: This blend of mouth-watering citrus tastes like somebody squeezed a just-picked orange straight into your mouth. 🍊
Shall we keep on gushing? Ok, fine: So. Much. Vitamin. C.
P.S. Looking to one-up your brunch game? One bottle and you’re already half‑way to the world’s best mimosa (or, what we call 'em around here, Mi‑moose‑as!). 🍾Learn More
Co-created with youth from the Boys & Girls Club: Our first-ever smoothie is packed with superfruits, antioxidants, and vegan probiotics to keep you feeling as vibrant as ever. Blended with pure coconut milk, it’s satisfyingly creamy and berrylicious! 🍌🍓🍍🥥
The best part is that it’s good for BOTH your body and soul because 20% of the profits from each bottle sold are donated to Boys & Girls Club youth who helped develop it. 🧒👦👧Learn More