Creation date: 2014
Location: Sant Petersburg
Sector of activity: Food and drinks
Social issue: Diversity (people in state of exclusion, minorities and people with disabilities) · Environment and rural settings
They are based in Saint Petersburg, Florida and currently offer their services in Florida and southern Georgia. “It was founded on the belief that things that are good for you should also taste great and embrace the principles of conscious capitalism.” says Tonya Donati, owner. “We work according to the mission: to taste good, to feel good, to do good.”
This company, comprised mostly of women, is a certified B Corporation. The product packaging has been designed to reduce the carbon footprint. The growth of the company will serve to create new jobs in the communities that need them most.
Mother Kambucha plans to open educational spaces where they will give free classes related to the work they do like home fermentation. “This will lead to better health and a decreasing dependence on packaged products.” The company philosophy calls for making fermented food products widely available. According to the company heads, this will be a dietary revolution in the United States, and will address the high rates of chronic diseases, which cause increased health care spending.