We've got a new flavor, and it's exclusively available in bottles and on tap at Whole Foods Market as part of participation in their Local Producer Loan Program which seeds small artisan producers with low interest loans.
Parents of Asheville --
We have some exciting news! Our tribe is co-creating a progressive new school called Avonlea Learning Community here on the farm where we live and brew!
We've been homeschooling our kids here for years, but our children are growing up just as fast as our company is -- and the vision for our school has evolved to reflect this.
When we started Buchi almost 6 years ago, our intention was simple -- to bottle and share a healthy probiotic beverage with our friends and neighbors.
We're so grateful to work with some truly incredible individuals creating social change in communities across the south east and mid atlantic through small businesses. For every small business, there's a story. These stories need to be told -- which is why we've decided to start featuring some of our favorite independent retailers each month on our homepage. This program is just beginning, and we'll be posting updates as it continues to evolve.
So often when we measure the success or failure of a company we look only at the bottom line. Profit is success, and breaking even or losing money is failure. To a point, this makes sense. A company can't be sustainable until it's financially solvent, however, there's so much more to success or failure than can be read from a single bottom line.