MT. STERLING, Ill. - Dot Foods Inc., the nation's largest food industry redistributor, is proud to announce a new partnership with Atlanta-based good2grow. Dot begins shipping good2grow's wholesome juice beverages for kids on Jan. 5, 2015.

"This relationship will make the already popular good2grow products available to more people," said Dot Foods Senior Business Development Manager Eric Peters. "good2grow has experienced remarkable increases in sales in the grocery channel, and that is a trend we're excited to help further."

Dot continues to expand its grocery footprint while providing additional healthy options for customers. good2grow's drinks contain nothing artificial, are non-GMO and BPA free, and they won't spill. Their collectible, character SippaTop™ caps are a hit with kids and make it easy for parents to encourage healthy choices.

"Our goal is to help keep kids healthy and happy," said good2grow Vice President of Sales Jody Cook. "Working with Dot Foods allows us focus on that goal, while they ensure our juice beverages are more accessible by removing order minimums.

About good2grow

good2grow® ( was founded in 2001, and is a family owned and operated company. The company's team of more than 50 creators, designers, tinkerers, marketers and nutritionists is deeply committed to one simple goal-creating wholesome, nutritious drinks in irresistible packaging kids love.

About Dot Foods

Dot Foods and Dot Transportation continue to experience exceptional growth and are hiring in record numbers. Both companies are looking to fill several positions for full and part-time drivers and warehouse personnel in all nine locations. To learn more about careers at Dot Foods, visit and follow @DotFoodsCareers.

Dot Foods Inc. carries 105,000 products from 650 food industry manufacturers and is the largest food redistributor in the United States. Dot Foods distributes foodservice, convenience, retail and vending food products to distributors in all 50 states. Dot Foods operates eight distribution centers in: Modesto, California; Vidalia, Georgia.; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Illinois; Cambridge City, Indiana; Williamsport, Maryland; Liverpool, New York; Ardmore, Oklahoma; and Dyersburg, Tennessee. For information, visit