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Sippin’ On Sunshine

If Chobani’s rebranded packaging isn’t enough to suck you in already, you’re stronger than I am.  Cosmetic perks aside, these greek yogurt drinks are loaded with protein, probiotics, and are offered in a zillion all natural flavors– ‘mango drink’ is my favorite right now.



In addition to serving up deliciously convenient drinks, Chobani as a company is putting in some serious work both environmentally and by donating their time + money + products to worthy foundations– best known for their decade long partnership with the Special Olympics.



With a company mantra like ‘everyone deserves naturally delicious and nutritious food,’ they work diligently throughout the year to help make healthy food more accessible, especially to youth and underserved communities.  Recently their efforts hit very close to home when the Chobani Foundation collaborated with local organization, Apple Seeds, to help build a new Teaching Kitchen in Fayetteville, Arkansas.


image courtesy of apple seeds


Apple Seeds creates programs that educate and excite young students about healthy food + increase students’ access to those healthy foods– whether at the Teaching Farm where kids learn to garden, during Summer Cooking Camp, or in the Teaching Kitchen where students learn to cook!


image courtesy of apple seeds


So. Grab a drink [$2] in good conscience and head over to Chobani’s adorable website to read up on the good they’re doing for the world, and your taste buds.



Annoying sidebar: In a world where we don’t know what’s authentic -v- not, I thought it worth a mention to share that this article isn’t sponsored by anyone– I just dig the drink + what these companies are doing for the rest of us!