Tallahassee, FL – Impact Food Group is excited to announce a partnership with a local company, Tally Kombucha. Impact Food’s fresh food kiosks will begin offering various items made by Tally Kombucha this week.
Impact Food Group is a social impact company based in Tallahassee which provides and places self-service micro grocery kiosks in locations around town to promote healthier food options. The kiosks are designed with RFID technology that senses when items are removed and are filled with fresh and healthy, grab-and-go food and beverages.
Tally Kombucha was established in 2016 by a local mother and daughter. They drive to continue to expand with foods and products aimed to heal, renew life and aid the entire body. By introducing Kombucha and holistic living to their own lives and see results, they were able to introduce the idea of a storefront to Tallahassee and bring their products into the community.
Sha’Ron James, Founder and CEO of Impact Foods, said, “I am excited about Impact Foods’ partnership with Tally Kombucha, a local woman-owned company that shares our mission to provide residents in Tallahassee with healthier alternatives that feed the mind and body. Michaela is an amazing innovator and entrepreneur. I look forward to working with her and the Tally Kombucha team as both companies expand and grow.”
Tally Kombucha’s partnership will strengthen Impact Food’s mission to provide fresh and healthy meals in their food kiosks throughout Tallahassee. You can find all eight fresh food kiosk locations here: https://www.impactfoodgroup.com/locations/
About Impact Food Group
Impact Food Services Group, LLC (Impact Foods) is a social impact start-up company based in Tallahassee, Florida, which places and operates self-service micro groceries and smart cafés in locations across the city to promote access to healthier food options.
In addition to providing access to healthy food through the kiosks’ placement, Impact Foods has a long-term mission to address food insecurity in the city’s food deserts, increase access and lower the costs of healthy food options.