JUICE INSTITUTE PROUDLY PARTNERS WITH FOODBANK SA
LOCAL START-UP, JUICE INSTITUTE, LEADING THE WAY FOR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.
Monday 1st November
Adelaide cold pressed juice company, Juice Institute, has exclusively partnered with Foodbank SA, in a relationship that will empower healthy outcomes for vulnerable families.
True to their mission to be a truly socially responsible business with impact, Juice Institute donates fifty cents from each jar of juice sold to Foodbank SA. The contribution for every Juice Institute juice equates to one meal for South Australian families in need, proving this is one partnership with purpose.
“Our relationship with Foodbank SA is about socially responsible juices. This partnership gives real purpose behind what we are doing at Juice Institute and every juice that is enjoyed keeps our customers healthy and means they are supporting our wider community,” Gabrielle Tyler, Owner, Juice Institute says.
The Juice Institute juices are making a significant difference in the community for every jar sold, Foodbank SA will be able to put one meal on the table for those within South Australia experiencing food insecurity.
According to Leigh Royans, General Manager, Foodbank SA are currently supporting more than 135,000 South Australians every month. One third of these are children.
“Each year Foodbank SA sources more than 1.6 million kilograms of fresh fruit and vegetables for those in need across the state. The monthly contributions from Juice Institute will go directly to Foodbank SA’s fruit and vegetable program.”
The partnership has already enabled Foodbank SA to distribute more than 26,000 meals in the last two months.
“We’re so passionate about keeping our community healthy and providing healthy outcomes for the wider community and families in need, and if our socially responsible juices can do just that, then we’ll drink to that,” Tyler says.