Jennifer Garner was spotted out with friends in Brentwood, while grabbing a morning cup of takeout coffee on Tuesday.
The 50-year-old actress opted for comfort during her outing, wearing a blue sweater and black sweat pants.
The Alias veteran chose to slip into a pair of blue sneakers to stay comfortable as she strolled alongside her friends with her coffee in hand.
The beauty appeared to be in high spirits during her coffee outing.
The Adam Project actress accessorized her ensemble by adding black sunglasses to block out the bright sun.
The 13 Going On 30 star may be one of Hollywood’s most famous and beloved actresses, but at the end of the day she is still a small town girl at heart, with a love for farming.
The star shared a sweet tribute to her uncle Robert. There was a video of the two working on their family farm in Oklahoma.
In the caption, she gave a sweet shout out to her uncle, revealing that he is an integral part of her foundation, Once Upon a Farm, which creates ‘farm-fresh’ snacks and meals for children.
She explained: ‘Robert lives on our family farm in Oklahoma where he and his wife, Janet, grow organic veggies for #OnceUponAFarm with love. They may be the smallest supplier to OFarm’s goods, but they over deliver on goodness and fun.’
The mother-of-three concluded the heartfelt tribute with: ‘Happy birthday, Uncle Robert, I can’t wait to be on the farm with you again soon.’
Last week she talked up her nature-based company Once Upon a Farm.
As Co-founder and Chief Brand Officer, she spoke at Fast Company’s 8th annual Innovation Festival in New York City on Thursday about what prompted her to join Once Upon a Farm early.
The ex of Ben Affleck also said the company has become massive: ‘The business has grown a lot. As a matter of fact, when we were here last time we were less than $1 million a year and now by the end of this year we’re in the $100 million dollars.’
Once Upon a Farm announced in March the closing of $52 million in Series D funding.
Now in over 11,000 retail stores in North America, and with a robust direct-to-consumer and ecommerce platform, Once Upon a Farm is expected to double again in 2022 based on broad consumer and market acceptance of their growing product portfolio that spans from first bites baby food to school snacking for kids, per PR Newswire in March.
She was also candid about the need for American baby food to measure up to Europe’s.
During the panel, Tiny Tastebuds: Delighting and Sustaining the Next Generation which also featured Once Upon a Farm’s other Co-founder and CEO, John Foraker, Jennifer explained why she got involved with Once Upon a Farm.
‘Once Upon a Farm was such a total no-brainer as a working mom. I remember coming home from work, I was shooting The Kingdom, I’d had my first baby,’ she said.
‘I remember having fake blood all over and just standing at the blender crying. I was so tired making food for my baby. And this would have been a no-brainer, game-changer, day-saver,’ she added.
Jennifer on the success of Once Upon a Farm: ‘The business has grown a lot. As a matter of fact, when we were here last time we were less than a million dollars a year and now by the end of this year we’re in the 100 million dollars.’
Jennifer on why American baby food should rise up to European quality: ‘Why should European babies get all the good stuff? Our kids deserve veggies; they deserve to have food that isn’t stacked with sugar, they deserve to have food that isn’t contaminated with plastics and heavy metals.’
Garner showcased her sense of business fashion as she stopped by The Fast Company Innovation Festival.
The Adam Project actress, 50, opted for an all-black ensemble, comprising of sleek black trousers and heels of the same color.