Vitality Bowls to Donate to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

BY THE INDEPENDENT – Vitality Bowls in Livermore is donating 10 percent of sales from its March Bowl of the month, the Matcha Bowl, to the Sean N. Parker for Allergy & Asthma Research Fund.

Proceeds March 1-31 will go to the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research at Stanford University, a global leader in allergy research.

The cafe is located at 2175 First Street, Livermore.

Vitality Bowls to donate to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

BY THE PRESS – Through the month of March, Vitality Bowls will partner with Stanford Children’s Hospital to benefit allergy and asthma research by donating 10 percent of matcha bowl sales to the Sean N. Parker for Allergy & Asthma Research Fund.

Vitality Bowls is dedicated to supporting children’s health as a proud retail partner for the Shop for Packard initiative through the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University. The Brentwood store is located at 2375 Sand Creek Road, Suite 102.

For more information, visit https://supportlpch.org/get-involved/shop-for-packard or contact Jessica Tcholakov at jtcholakov@allpointspr.com  or 224-436-1005.

New superfood cafe Vitality Bowls coming to The Local in downtown San Marcos this spring

New superfood cafe Vitality Bowls coming to The Local in downtown San Marcos this spring

BY COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER – Vitality Bowls, a cafe and eatery specializing in acai bowls, will open at 210 N. Edward Gary St., Ste. 2012, San Marcos, inside The Local Downtown apartment complex, this spring.

The menu includes a variety of options, such as the Energy Bowl with organic acai, goji berries and bee pollen; the Dragon Bowl featuring pitaya, coconut milk and bananas; and the Vitality Bowl with acai, strawberries and honey.

Fresh juices, soups, paninis and salads will also be available.

The cafe will include a full-service coffee bar serving items, such as the Acai Latte, made with espresso, acai, coconut sugar and steamed almond milk.

Vitality Bowls will be run by local franchise owner Ashley Wright, who also plans to open a location in San Antonio, according to a news release. The company is based out of Northern California and was founded in 2011. www.vitalitybowls.com