Costa has teamed up with Coles for the third year in a row to support the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Foundation.
To launch the program, Costa hosted Sunrise weather presenter Sam Mac, Coles Ambassador Courtney Roulston and Natasha Grogan from the Foundation at our Tomato glasshouses in Guyra on February 1.
We also had a wonderful group of children and families from the Guyra Central School who joined in the activities.
From February 1 until February 28, Coles will donate 5 cents from every punnet of Costa grown Perino red or gold tomatoes sold, to the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation to the value of $100,000.
This is the third year in a row that Costa has partnered with Coles to support the Foundation, which delivers pleasurable food education in a fun, hands-on approach to teach children and young people about fresh, seasonal, delicious food so they form positive food habits for life in schools all over Australia.
Through the support from companies including Costa and Coles, the Foundation has been able to expand its reach beyond primary school age children to include pre-school, primary and high school students.
Head into your local Coles stores and purchase a pack of Perino naturally sweeter tomatoes for your lunch time snack and to support the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation.