Juice For Good is an Australian social enterprise start-up that has launched the nation's first fresh juice vending machine.
To celebrate saving over one million oranges from being wasted Juice For Good, which supports food rescue charity OzHarvest, will release limited-edition designer cups featuring artwork from Sutherland Shire street artist Joel Moore.
Moore, who goes by the alias Mulga, has transformed Juice For Good cups with his signature street art adding a vibrant flare of colour and a very distinct 'Mulga' design.
The limited-edition cups will be available from mid-December.
Mulga and Juice For Good celebrated the collaboration at the recent opening of a Juice For Good vending machine in South Village, Kirrawee.
"I'm very proud to be partnering with Juice For Good to support OzHarvest," Moore said.
"This is the perfect opportunity for me to create more awareness around the important issue of reducing food waste through my own passion for art and design."
The Kirrawee machine adds to the list of more than 40 Juice For Good sites across Sydney.
"Our social enterprise is on a mission to educate consumers that food waste is real and absurd," said Louise Tran head of marketing at Juice For Good.
"Forty per cent of fruit and veg grown in this country goes to waste due to blemishes or imperfections-even though they are perfectly good to consume!
"We want to make a positive impact by supporting our local farmers who put so much energy and love into growing food for people."
Ms Tran profits from the business also go directly to OzHarvest.
Mulga's new designer cups will be available from mid-December at locations across Sydney, including two locations in the Sutherland Shire at Sylvania Southgate Shopping Centre (located outside Woolworths) and Mirvac's new development South Village in Kirrawee (main entrance near Coles).
- Mulga currently has a pop-up store at Westfield Miranda showcasing his latest designs and merchandise.