Atilano goes "beyond the cup" by pledging 5% of sales to charitable organizations that support youth education and the environment. Today we are proud to work with:
WILDCOAST leads projects in the U.S., Mexico, and Cuba to establish and manage protected areas, advance strong conservation policies, and engage communities in the stewardship of healthy oceans, coastlines, and wildlife in its effort to address climate change through natural solutions.
WILDCOAST is currently working to conserve 37 million acres of coral reefs, mangroves, beaches, wetlands, and marine habitat in California and Mexico. The international team has been addressing transboundary pollution issues in the Tijuana river on the U.S.-Mexico border since 2004, and is working with Clean Currents Coalition and the local community on reducing and recycling the plastic that makes its way from the Tijuana canyon tributaries to the ocean. This project impacts many marginalized communities on both sides of the border, including refugees in Tijuana.
Founded in 2016, Berry Good Food works to support a local and regenerative food system in San Diego and northern Baja. It empowers the community by building bridges between farmers, chefs, scientists, and citizens to challenge the industrial food system while advocating for access to healthy food for all.
Berry Good Food hosts expert-led panel discussions on topics like food as medicine, sustainable seafood, climate change, and food justice with 2.2 million views on University of California Television. Berry Good Food also awards annual grants to San Diego County school gardens, hosts monthly affordable cooking classes, and partners with local chefs for signature sustainable dining events throughout the year.
Read about how Atilano and Berry Good Food partnered during COVID-19 in the Del Mar Times.