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Roll up, roll up – the RMIT alumni marketplace is open! This is your chance to see some of the innovative businesses created by other alumni – or feature your own. 

Koja by Kate Johansson

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Kate Johansson

Koja is a range of superfood mixes that have been developed by Kate Johansson (graduated in 2008) as a real food alternative to supplements and multivitamin pills.

Kate says:
“For me, Koja Health is about education. I started this business because I questioned why would we take synthetic vitamins and pills manufactured and processed in laboratories when the real thing literally grows on trees. And it’s so much better for us.”

“Koja is committed to providing an honest product from an honest company. My goal is to invest in local communities to improve food education programs for kids and parents. I’m also passionate about minimising our environmental impact by sourcing locally where possible, using organic ingredients, minimising packaging and more.”


Discount for alumni!

For the next two months, use the code RMIT to get 25% off all Koja products (offer ends 1 May 2014).