Philadelphia, PA – The Soulfull project has donated one million servings of hot cereal, and intends to expand cross-country to broaden its impact, according to the company’s press release.
The project has a buy-one, give-one business model. Its mission is to make high-quality, nutritious food more accessible.
“Giving back to local communities is what we are about,” said Chip Heim, co-founder of the project. They have partnered with more than 200 regional food banks across the country.
Megan Shea, co-founder, looks at the project as a way of connecting people in need with people who want to help. “We recognized that many people want to help others in need, but often don’t know where to start. Our products give us the opportunity to provide our nutritious hot cereal to more communities in need.”
Their plant-based, gluten-free products contain nutrient-dense ingredients, such as quinoa, flax, chia, and rye.
They have partnered with Sprouts Farmers Market, expanding their footprint. Their products will also be hitting shelves at Safeway, Natural Grocer’s, and King’s Soopers this month.