|Headquarters||South San Francisco, CA|
|Press Contact||Steven Chen|
Wildwonder is a female-founded & San Francisco-based healing beverage brand on a mission to create wonders in everyday life and for those undervoiced in our communities. Launched on International Women’s Day 2020, Wildwonder is the first comprehensive sparkling beverage made for immune and gut health by integrating live vegan probiotics, prebiotic plant fiber, and powerful herbs with real fruit all in one bottle.
Wildwonder's line of 6 superherb drinks are made in California with organic and vegan ingredients with an exceptionally clean ingredient panel. Each 14 oz bottle is under 35 calories and contains no refined sugar, no fillers, no colors, and no natural flavors. Every flavor adds a modern twist to an herbal component inspired by the tonics that Wildwonder founder, Rosa Li, grew up drinking in China. 5% of profits from every bottle goes to causes that empower female and marginalized communities.
Wildwonder's packaging and personality, designed entirely by a diverse, women-led team brings whimsy and fun into a serious functional beverage category and makes herbal drinks more approachable to today's consumer. Wildwonder is currently available in all Northern California Whole Foods and over 100 specialty retailers in the SF Bay Area, in addition to online orders for direct shipping nationwide.
Growing up, Rosa Li's grandmother brewed tonics with a symphony of wild herbs. Health-wise, they worked wonders, from boosting immunity to calming stress. But taste-wise, they were hard to swallow. As an adult, Rosa's love for food deepened and she gained a greater appreciation for the wild plants, medicinal herbs and rare spices of her childhood. Rosa started to look for ways to give ancient tonics a modern twist. And so Wildwonder was born - a bubbly, delicious, and nourishing beverage. Every drink lifts you so you can create everyday wonders. And here's a simple one: purchase a bottle, and 5% of profits goes towards causes that empower women and marginalized communities.