Garner visited the suppliers for her organic food line, Once Upon a Farm
Jennifer Garner is taking her involvement in her food line to new heights — literally.
On Tuesday, the Yes Day actress shared clips of herself using a crane to pick dates off of giant palm trees. The co-founder and brand ambassador for Once Upon a Farm organic food line traveled to Coachella Valley, Calif. to visit some of the suppliers for the company.
In the videos and photos, the mom of three, 51, is seen soaring up a date palm tree trunk and shaking the ripe fruits off of the branches. Dressed appropriately in denim overalls, a brimmed hat and athletic sneakers, Garner was hands on in harvesting the fruits.
“Did you know dates are an amazing source of fiber? And do you know that dates have more potassium than a banana? And they have a lot of copper. 40% of your daily allotment of copper,” said Garner.
“I didn’t know you needed copper, but you do. And here you have it. Here, you better have some copper,” she added, tossing a date to her camera person.
Garner also posed for a photo (while wearing a matching hat) with some of the farmers who work at the supplier, Woodspur Farms.
“I love meeting @onceuponafarm suppliers—and I’ll harvest dates for our products any time! 🌴👩🏻🌾☀️ I ♥️ farmers!” said the mom to son Samuel, who turns 12 next month, as well as Seraphina Rose, 15, and Violet Anne, 18.
Once Upon a Farm released new A2/A2 Whole Milk Shakes on Tuesday. The drinks are the food line’s first dairy product. They come in three flavors: strawberry créme, triple berry and banana créme.
In February, Once Upon a Farm will also release Whole Milk Smoothies in three flavors: banana berry blast, mango pear-adise and orange squeeze.
The A2/A2 Whole Milk Shakes are available to purchase now at onceuponafarmorganics.com and at Whole Foods Market.
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