News — Charitable Giving

Our Partnership with the Baltimore Hunger Project

Our Partnership with the Baltimore Hunger Project

Baltimore Hunger Project was founded in 2014 to “bridge the weekend hunger gap” by providing weekend food packages to food insecure children who receive free and reduced-price meals at school. I first connected with founder Lynne Kahn early in the COVID-19 pandemic, eager to learn how her program was pivoting in response to school closures and how our Give One for Good Food® program could help.  As I suspected, the need is greater than ever. There are currently 1,500+ food insecure children who rely on the organization’s food distributions each week and COVID-19 related school closures have increased food insecurity...

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2019 in Review

What a year 2019 was! We'll remember it as the year we... Achieved verification by the Non-GMO Project verification for all our products Opened distribution to some new regions of the country Added Almond Butter and Lemon Pistachio to our year-round line Won an award from the Specialty Food Association Joined forces with some fantastic growers Expanded our test kitchen to bake and share innovative flavors with our local customers Collaborated with a slew of like-minded brands (Michele's Granola Porter, anyone?!) Continued to build on our charitable giving program ...and THANKS TO YOU, we baked more than 950,000 pounds of granola!...

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Press Release: Michele's Granola Expands Partnership with MOM's Organic Market

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Michele’s Granola Expands Partnership with MOM’s Organic Market Michele’s Granola bakes exclusive varieties for MOM’s, and MOM’s matches Michele’s charitable giving.   Timonium, MD (August 3, 2018) – Michele’s Granola, a Baltimore-based small-batch granola bakery, has expanded its partnership with regional natural food chain MOM’s Organic Market on two fronts: Michele’s Granola is baking an exclusive line of products for the retailer, and MOM’s Organic Market will match the bakery’s charitable donations based on sales of these co-branded products.  Michele Tsucalas founded Michele’s Granola in 2006, baking a granola cereal free from wheat, dairy, soy, eggs...

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What do the seals on Michele's Granola mean?

If you've flipped over a bag of Michele's Granola, you may have noticed we proudly boast a few special seals...but what do they mean? Let us tell you! "Handmade" isn't just an expression at Michele's Granola. We make granola in small batches, by hand. As Michele grew her business from baking a few dozen bags to baking thousands of pounds, rather than turning to machines or outsourcing the baking of her granola to a factory, she's just added more hands to the kitchen. And those hands are attached to wonderful member of the Michele's Granola family--meet some of them on...

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