Philadelphia, PA - The Soulfull Project (TSP), committed to creating high-quality, nourishing food to individuals in need, has recently achieved its goal of providing one million meals to help fight hunger. The start-up’s hot cereals are currently available at all Sprouts Farmers Market in the united states.
Philadelphia's The Soulfull Project Donates One Million Meals
In more than two years of business along with initial support from New Jerseys, Campbell Soup Company, The Soulfull Project is now an independent entity – functioning on its own and moving forward in their fighting against hunger throughout the country.
For every item purchased, the organization donates a serving of well-balanced hot cereal to a food bank in the region.
The Soulfull Project produces multi-grain hot cereal packaged as individual servings, multi-serve re-sealable bags as well as multi-serve cartons of individual packages. The cups are offered in four variants: Brown Sugar Pecan, Blueberry Almond, Cinnamon Spice, and Tart Cherry. The multi-serve re-sealable bags come in 4 Grain Blend and Hearty Grains & Seeds options. The multi-serve cartons of individual packages are available in an Irish Oatmeal, Cinnamon Spice and Hearty Grains & Seeds variety. All items are plant-based, gluten-free, Whole Grain Stamp-approved and also have no artificial flavors or colorings.
In addition to being offered at Sprouts, The Soulfull Project hot cereals are also available via Amazon and CIBO Gourmet Express Markets at airports throughout the states. The hot cereals are also sold at the following grocers: Wegman’s, ShopRite, Kings, GIANT, Stop and Shop, Jewel-Osco – Great Lakes, Shaw’s, Central Market – Texas and, Fred Meyer. The product will also be hitting racks at Safeway as well as Natural Grocers.
More information about joining the cause can be found at www.soulfullproject.com.