What's the #fruitimpact challenge?
The simple act of buying a box of oranges can create a big impact on our society and environment.

Paul Gasol, NBA basketball player and president of the Gasol Foundation challenges you to score three oranges in a tote bag. Buy your organic oranges box and get a tote bag to try out the Fruitimpact challenge.

For every kilo of fruit sold, 0.1€ are donated to finance the Gasol Foundation's programs to fight child obesity.
These oranges are not only fresh and organic. They are much more. These oranges are part of the #fruitimpact challenge, an initiative to raise awareness about the importance of eating fruit in our daily lives. At the Gasol Foundation we are fighting to combat the pandemic of child obesity that our society is suffering; and fresh fruit is a fundamental food for developing healthy eating habits.
Pau Gasol
 
NBA basketball player
How to take part in the fruitimpact challenge?
Before you start, get someone to hold your cloth bag or hang it up somewhere - remember to record it with your phone upright!
Step 1
Start the video next to the bag with the 3 oranges in your hand.
Step 2
Walk away counting 5 steps with the oranges in your hand.
Step 3
Try to dunk the 3 oranges and when you finish...
Did you miss one or all? Don't worry! Pick up the fruit and while you're eating it comment on your result and nominate someone else.
You've dunked them all? You're a true #fruitimpact master! Take an orange from the bag, while peeling it comment on your result and nominate someone else.
Order a box of oranges and receive a cloth bag as a gift
Inside your box of organic oranges, you will receive a letter from Pau Gasol and a cloth bag so you can do the challenge at home.
Buy organic clementines
What's the impact of the challenge?
Raise public awareness about the problem of childhood obesity
Promote the consumption of organic fruit
Promotes direct sales between producer and consumer
#fruitimpact challenge
Frequent questions
What is the objective of this challenge?
Where do the clementines come from?
Material of the cloth bag
Can I send a box as a gift?
When will I receive the box?
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