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You've earned it: Crunch Points!

You've earned it: Crunch Points!

Let us reward you for buying our granola and sharing the word about us: We’re excited to announce the launch of Crunch Points! How to join: If you already have an account here on our website, you’re automatically enrolled and can begin earning Crunch Points rewards. If you don’t have an account, what are you waiting for? Sign up for an account for free and begin raking in rewards! You can sign up and manage your rewards by clicking on the Crunch Points icon on the bottom left of every page of our website. Rewards for purchases: For every dollar...

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Our Partnership with Soul Fire Farm

Our Partnership with Soul Fire Farm

At Michele’s Granola, we believe that Black Lives Matters. And in summer 2020 as people rallied behind the BLM movement, we knew that not only did we want to, we had to, join in and support Black farms that were supporting and celebrating BIPOC ways of life. Through our Give One for Good Food program, we are committed to donating 1% of sales to improve access to nutritious and equitable food systems. This past summer, we could not think of a better organization to support than Soul Fire Farm. Cheryl Whilby, Communications Director, humbly acknowledged, “Without the generous support of...

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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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PRESS RELEASE: Michele's Granola is Expanding Capacity and Hiring

                                                          FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Michele's Granola is Expanding Capacity and Hiring in Response to Increase in Consumer Demand Maryland-based brand seeks to add 10 full-time employees to meet surging demand for its products sold online and in grocery stores nationwide   Timonium, Maryland (August 4, 2020) – In response to an unprecedented surge in demand for its all-natural cereals, Maryland-based Michele’s Granola is expanding their manufacturing capacity by expanding the size of their production team. Currently, the 40-person company bakes about 21,000 pounds of granola and muesli cereal weekly using old-fashioned handmade techniques. In March, as consumers began...

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