Boochy Mama’s owner Stacy Jurich with Prakash Karamchandani, former classmate and Co-Founder of Balance Pan Asian Grille at the 2018 Beyond Green Gala.

Boochy Mama’s owner Stacy Jurich with Prakash Karamchandani, former classmate and Co-Founder of Balance Pan Asian Grille at the 2018 Beyond Green Gala.

 Toledo Lucas County Sustainability Commission’s 2018 Sustainable Small Business of the Year Award.

Toledo Lucas County Sustainability Commission’s 2018 Sustainable Small Business of the Year Award.


Eco-boochy // Eco-logy + Eco-nomy

Boochy Mama's understands the interconnectedness of our environment, our community and our economy; our "ecos" (Greek for home). Being green is not just a buzzword, it’s common sense. When sustainability is approached holistically, it is more economical. 

Stacy Jurich, Boochy Mama’s founder, has been an environmental and social justice activist since 2004 and has driven around the country self-sourcing her own waste vegetable oil for fuel. These philosophies are seamlessly + organically ingrained in Boochy Mama's day-to-day business operations and into the future. 

At Boochy Mama's, we're committed to having a sustainable business with reduced waste, intentional sourcing + conscious decision making.

  • Composting all of our ingredients in inspiring community gardens that are changing our local landscape in a big way

  • Reducing landfill waste by recycling as much as possible

  • Bicycling to the Kombucha Kitchen (check out our cycling caps!) and supporting cycling with a store front bike rack

  • Supporting organically grown teas + botanicals as well as seasonal locally grown ingredients

  • Sourcing from independent businesses and local suppliers (Boochy Mama's founder also co-founded a non-profit to support these businesses in 2007)

  • Advocating for our fresh water treasure and resource, Lake Erie and the Great Lakes

  • Tap handles made out of recycled bicycle parts at Toledo Bikes

  • While we do not have a return bottle program, Boochy Mama's glass bottles intentionally come with a resealable cap so that the bottles can be re-used to your mind's desire

COMPOSTING SPENT TEA AND HERBS AT COLLINGWOOD COMMUNITY GARDEN