EARTH widens access to dried fruits

Filed Under: EARTH News
Date: June 30th, 2017

EARTH University-brand dried fruits now can be found in Fresh Market locations throughout Greater San José, Costa Rica.

The sale of dehydrated banana, pineapple and mango recently began in nine stores, and, thanks to the overwhelmingly positive customer response, already has expanded to 25 stores:

Barrio Escalante (San José)
Ciudad Colón (San José)
Escazú Centro (San José)
Lomas de Ayarco (San José)
Los Yoses (San José)
Piedades Santa Ana (San José)
Rohrmoser (San José)
Rohrmoser Oeste (San José)
Sabanilla (San José)
La Paco (Escazú)
Lindora (Escazú)
Metroplaza (Escazú)
Monte Escazú
Multipark (Escazú)
Pozos Norte (Santa Ana)
El Cristo (Sabanilla)
Guayabos (Curridabat)
Pinares (Curridabat)
Pinares O2
Belén (Heredia)
Centro Comercial Cariari (Heredia)
Multiflores (Heredia)
San Pablo (Heredia)
El Molino (Cartago)
Tecnológico de Cartago

There are four options of EARTH-brand packaged fruit: banana (200 grams), mango (130 grams), pineapple (100 grams), and “tropical mix” (200 grams).

There are four options of EARTH-brand packaged fruit: banana (200 grams), mango (130 grams), pineapple (100 grams), and “tropical mix” (200 grams).

In the USA, EARTH-brand dried fruits are available in select locations of Whole Foods Market in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions (New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Hampshire).

The dried fruits – produced using fresh fruits grown on and around the University’s campuses in Costa Rica – remain free of added sugars and free of gluten and are packed in reusable/recyclable containers.

The sale of EARTH-brand products directly supports the education of EARTH students. To learn more about EARTH University’s innovative education model, click here.