Don’t worry fruit, we’ve got you, and the planet too. This
delicious lemony-tasting Greek lowfat yogurt has 2g total
sugar per serving, and it’s made with rescued fruit.
Watch this video about our partnership with Full Harvest , a surplus produce rescue organization,
that helps us source the lemons we use to make GOOD SAVE yogurt.
These California-grown Meyer lemons are rescued fruit, verified through the Full Harvest Verified Rescued
Produce™ program. We “rescued” these Meyer lemons that would otherwise have been wasted.
A shocking 30-40% of the food supply in America goes to waste1. That’s food that could have fed
families, and food that generates greenhouse gas emissions—a key contributor to climate change—as
it’s processed, transported, disposed of, and breaks down. An estimated 1/3 of fruit and vegetable
waste happens at the farm, with over 10 million tons of produce left unharvested every year2.
That’s why we came up with GOOD SAVE Greek lowfat yogurt—and why we love those
rescued Meyer lemons. Less waste, more goodness.
1 Science Direct, On-farm food loss in northern and central California: Results of field survey measurements (2019); https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921344919301296
2 U.S. Department of Agriculture (August 12, 2020)