#DrinkGoodDoGood with Naked Juice

Naked Juice is bringing fresh produce to food deserts and you can join the movement by taking a selfie and #drinkgooddogood!


I describe myself as a veggie-obsessed group fitness instructor. Yes, I’ve build veggies into my personal identity. Which is why I’m so excited to team up with naked juice to help raise awareness about ‘food deserts’.

Nearly 30 million Americans have limited access to fruits and veggies*. Just stop for a minute and let that sink in. What fresh produce have you consumed today? If you’re fortunate like me, you didn’t have to think twice about the fresh lemon and ginger you sliced into your morning tea or that apple you grabbed on your way to the grocery store to build an overflowing bowl of greens off the salad bar.

Something as simple as grabbing a salad from the local grocery store salad bar isn’t an option for those living in food deserts — urban neighborhoods that lack resources for fresh produce and natural foods. A crisis affecting nearly one out of every 10 people in neighborhoods across the country.

And that’s why Naked Juice is partnering with Wholesome Wave to provide fresh produce where there is none – through the #DrinkGoodDoGood campaign.


#DrinkGoodDoGood campaign 

Naked Juice is kicking off the campaign with a 250,000-pound contribution and asking you to get involved as well!

For every fruit and veggie selfie shared using #DrinkGoodDoGood, Naked Juice will donate an additional 10 pounds† of produce to communities in need.

So do something good with your selfie. Join me and Naked Juice in the fight against food deserts by posting your own fruit and veggie selfie with #DrinkGoodDoGood.


this is a sponsored post in partnership with naked juice. all words and opinions are my own, and I couldn’t be more excited to help spread awareness about a topic i’m so passionate about — making fresh produce available to everyone. thank you for supporting the brands that make nourish move love and all the content you see on this blog possible. 
*Source: http://www.ers.usda.gov/media/956784/err143.pdf
† The monetary equivalent of fruits and vegetables to be donated. Maximum donation of $500,000.

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    • Thanks Liz! I totally agree, it makes me realize how much I take walking into the grocery store and throwing fresh produce in my cart for granted! Would love to see your fruit + veggie selfie! Thanks for supporting the cause! xo-Lindsey