Giving Back at a Night on the Farm

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Michele’s Granola was a proud sponsor of Common Good City Farm’s “A Night on the Farm” fundraising dinner on October 6.  What, you may ask, does a small batch granola bakery based in Baltimore have to do with a DC-based farm? Plenty!

A night at Common Good City FarmFarms and farmers’ markets play a big role in the founding and evolution of Michele’s Granola: It was 10 years ago when Michele brought her first batch of homemade granola to her local farmers’ market in DC and quickly sold out. During this time, Michele met and got to know many of the farmers supplying fresh food to her region. The produce and flavors of the seasons became (and continue to be) a tremendous influence on the palette of flavors in Michele’s granola line. Pumpkin Spice granola, Toasted Muesli sweetened with Maryland maple syrup, fall’s Apple Quinoa granola—featuring organic apple juice and sauce from local farms—all grew out of Michele’s connection to farms.

Common Good City Farm is first and foremost a farm, but it’s a very special one: It’s deeply rooted in the urban DC community and grows not only sustainable, local produce for their neighborhood, but also opportunities. Common Good offers a weekly farm stand and a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program, but it also offers hands-on farming programs, a youth education program, and a variety of regular workshops providing low-income families with access to and support in preparing fresh, nutritious food.

We are proud to include Common Good City Farm as one of the beneficiaries of our Give One for Good Food®, through which Michele’s Granola donates 1% of our sales to organizations leading the way towards a healthier, more equitable food system. We invite you to lend your time and support to Common Good City Farm and to other organizations in your community improving access to good food for all!

To learn more about Give One for Good Food® and to find out how you or your business can get involved, visit HERE.


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