|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 01:17 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearly Kombucha, a Bay Area kombucha company, is proud to announce that it will be a sponsor at the 6th Annual San Francisco Street Food Festival on August 16. The San Francisco Street Food Festival is created and run by Mission-based non-profit La Cocina. It celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of the Bay Area's food scene and highlights the talent and hard work at all levels of the food industry.
"We are so excited to be a sponsor at the San Francisco Street Food Festival," said Alison Zarrow, Clearly Kombucha's co-founder and CEO. "Last year we were invited to the festival because we were a winner in the Whole Foods Local Forager Contest; to return as a sponsor in one short year is an accomplishment for us. We are very grateful to La Cocina and the festival because it gave us the opportunity to share Clearly Kombucha with thousands of local consumers."
The festival is taking place on Saturday from 11am-7pm on Folsom St. It is an unparalleled opportunity for Bay Area residents to experience what CNN calls one of "the world's best food festivals."
About Clearly Kombucha:
Founded in 2010, Alison Zarrow and Caleb Cargle set out on a mission to develop a light and refreshing kombucha tea. Clearly Kombucha is headquartered in Fairfield, California, and is available in over 25 states. It is certified Organic, Fair Trade, non-GMO, gluten free, dairy free, vegan and kosher. Clearly Kombucha is brewed with whole-leaf green tea, fermented with a SCOBY and is then cold filtered for clarity.
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