A Marin County girl's adorable lemonade stand just got a little sweeter.
Vivienne Harr made fruit juice fame several months ago when she raised thousands to fight human trafficking with her lemonade stand. Now, the tally is up to $200,000, and the 9-year-old Marin County resident is in talks with major grocery stores to bottle the product.
Harr's "Make A Stand" Lemonade will be released in a bottle version in April, CBS reports. She can sell the bottles rain or shine in potential retailers such as Whole Foods and Mollie Stone's. The net profits from the sales will be donate to charity.
The epic lemonade stand began last May, when Harr set out to raise awareness for child slavery after seeing a photograph of two young slaves in Nepal.
"It didn't seem fair that these kids had to be working for nothing and they shouldn't be working at all," Harr told CBS.
Harr donates her proceeds to Not For Sale, an anti-human trafficking nonprofit based in Half Moon Bay.
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