"Thank you for the past six years and let us all dive into the new normal together."
Goodness Fresh Food & Juice Bar has launched Goodness Go, which is a one-stop-shop for vegetables, herds, proteins, snacks, beverages, and more.
Like many local restaurants, business at Goodness Fresh was stifled by the current pandemic, so they immediately sought out ways to cater to their customers. With that being said, Goodness Go was born.
“Everyone talks about a new normal, but as each day passed the new normal also morphed into something different,” said COO and co-founder Brandon Katz. “The only consistency that remained within the thoughts of Team Goodness was that people wanted and needed Goodness, and getting it to them in some fashion was an absolute must.”
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Just a week away from our newest brainchild – Goodness Go, and we are calling on all local a Tucson culinary minds, botanists, and all creators of the unusual who want to partner and place their products in our virtual grocery store. DM us if you have the goods, and are ready to change the Local grocer delivery and pick up game in Tucson! @domasdelights @lecavesbakerytucson @yellowbrickcoffee @augustrhodesmarket @fermentedteacompany @sonorannoel @arizonagunslinger @mayateaco @poppedartisan @queencreekolivemill @alejandrostortilla @drinkwildtonic @spadefootnursery @casamartinezsalsas @silverbellnurseryco #520love #tucsonstrong #tucson #goodness @tucsonfoodie #tucsonfoodie #goodnessfresh #goodnessgo Launch information coming Friday!!
Here’s how it works:
- Orders must be made before 2 p.m. prior to the day you’d like your order
- Deliveries have a $50 minimum
- Delivery and pick-up are only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
- Deliveries are made between 3 – 6 p.m.
Meantime, the product list is expected to grow as Goodness Fresh works with new partnerships throughout the region.
“Goodness Go will also look to incorporate and feature as many of our local Tucson food and beverage vendors, and hope to also soon work side by side with local botanists for your flower and plant needs. Goodness is also in the process of a retail beer and wine license.”
Aside from the edible purchases, Goodness Go is selling a “Make Juice Not War” t-shirt, which all of the proceeds benefit the Equal Justice Initiative. Also, all of the proceeds generated from the “For the Animals” section of the store will be donated to the local non-profit Pathway to Paws.
Goodness Fresh Food & Juice Bar is located at 2502 N. Campbell Ave. For more information, call (520) 777-4465 or visit goodnessfresh.com.