Although unsure of the future – like everyone – and pausing certain parts of its business, the Seven Sundays team decided to act right away to do their part while they are able to.
The Sheridan Story is a non-profit organisation that has – for over a decade – helped food insecure families fill the weekend food gap by providing healthy and quality food bags to schools.
“We feel that they are in the very best position to make a large and meaningful impact by serving the most vulnerable families during this uncharted time,” said Hannah Barnstable, co-founder of Seven Sundays.
“Our goal is to impact 500 families over the month. Unlike so many other small businesses, to whom our hearts go out, Seven Sundays has not yet been hit hard because the demand for shelf-stable, nutrient dense packaged foods remains high.”
The family-owned business is working hard to keep its warehouse stocked and US grocery shelves full.
“It is a huge compliment to see so many people trusting Seven Sundays to provide food and nutritional needs during this difficult time,” added Barnstable.
Seven Sundays muesli mixes are made with plant-based, nutrient dense ingredients and without added sugar. The company is also passionate about only using clean, sustainably-sourced ingredients that are good for the health of the soil, farmers, consumers and the planet.
Seven Sundays’ products are available in over 4,500 grocery stores across the US, including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Kroger, Safeway and select Costco club stores as well as on Amazon.