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Earth Conscious. Health Conscious. People Conscious. 

We’re out to prove that doing good is good for business. So we’ve built our business by making products that are not just delicious and low in sugar and calories but also cleanly sourced and fairly made. We consider the impact of our choices on people and planet and we are continually striving to do better.

100% Composting

All spent teas and cultures from our brewing process are composted with local community gardens located primarily in Title 1 schools in Pinellas County, Florida.

Solar Power

Mother Kombucha is based in the Sunshine City so it only make sense to harness some of that clean energy. Solar roof panels at the Mothership are just one of the ways we are reducing our carbon footprint.

Living Wages

All full-time employees start at or above local living wage levels, as established for our county. We also provide paid time off for volunteer work.

A Refreshing Take on Sourcing.

Where does it come from, who is it made by and how is it made? These are the questions we ask when sourcing our ingredients and supplies. Setting goals for improvement and understanding our impact is an integral part of how we do business.

Single Origin Teas

We know where our tea comes from. Teatulia® cultivates a 3000 acre regenerative, organic farm in Bangladesh that is bringing a community out of poverty. And they’re a certified B Corp! We love their mission and we love their teas.

Certified Organic

USDA organic certification verifies that our products are free from artificial ingredients and synthetic pesticides and are GMO-free. Organic processes protect natural resources and conserve biodiversity.

Recycled Packaging

It takes 25% less energy to recycle cardboard than it does to make it from scratch. Switching to 100% recycled case boxes for our wholesale kombucha was a long-time goal that we achieved in 2020.

“We believe that things that are good for you should also taste great. And we know that doing it right takes time. Our multi-phase fermentation process isn’t the quickest or the easiest way to make kombucha, but we think it’s the best way.”

Tonya Donati