Saucha Conscious Living will donate proceeds from the sale of its recently launched kombucha 330 ml and 750 ml bottles to Feed our Future, which provides school meals for children.
Stacey VanDevelde, chairwoman of Feed Our Future, said the charity’s challenge is to help at-risk school-age children in the Cayman Islands to be physically nourished and equipped to learn.
“The readiness of Britta Bush and her team at Saucha to partner with Feed our Future through the proceeds of their fall seasonal kombucha sales will help us ensure that schoolchildren in need will receive the food they require for healthy mental and physical development,” she said.
Kombucha is a fermented beverage with a unique taste and a range of medicinal benefits, a press release states. Made on island from locally sourced ingredients since 2008, the Saucha kombucha comes in a variety of flavors.
Britta Bush, owner and kombucha brewmaster, says, “As a former teacher at John Gray High School, I firmly believe that Feed Our Future does some of the most important work for our community, for the youth of the Cayman Islands. At Saucha we are working harder every year to get our retail outlets involved to be able to top the 2015 $900 donation.”