Not the kind of salad The Husband likes.
One thing I liked about Olivia's is that the company gave back a percentage of its sales to the Olivia's Organics Charitable Foundation which partners with other charities like Children's Hospital Boston (also a Child's Play recipient) and Cradles to Crayons. Good works, certainly, but I was always wondered what a "percentage of the total sales" really amounted to. Still, I got to feel extra righteous when I purchased my favorite organic salad blend.
Happily, Fresh Express does something similar through its Fresh Funds program. As the purchaser of Fresh Express/Chiquita products you acquire points which can be put toward auctions for goods or donated to charity. Currently, the only charities are "Relay for Life" from the American Cancer Institute and "Go Red for Women" from the American Heart Association.
In Fresh Funds, one hundred points are worth one dollar. If I purchase about eight bags of "Butter Blend" per month at forty points per bag that's three dollars a month donated to charity. A tiny amount, considering the profit Fresh Express is making off me, but more useful to the world than me winning a iTouch.