GF Mom Certified Holiday Guide
Sharing a good breakfast that does good is what we’re all about. We not only donate a serving for every serving you purchase to a food bank in your area – we also are dedicated to making gluten-free hot cereals packed with whole grain goodness that the whole family can enjoy. Because of that mission, we’re so proud to be a part of this year’s GF Mom Certified Holiday Guide.
Some of our most exciting new products, like Toasted Coconut and Apple Cinnamon, are gluten-free, and some of our classic fan favorites are too – we can’t forget about Brown Sugar Pecan, Hearty Grains & Seeds, Irish Steel Cut, and Cinnamon Spice!
H for Hustle Podcast with Jerome Fenton Interviews Co-Founder Chip Heim
On this episode 32, Building a company that help others with Chip Heim, Fenton sits down with the co-founder of The Soulfull Project. They dive into how one work trip with his at the time employer, Campbell Soup. completely changed his life and began his journey.
B Corp. model helps food, beverage brands survive COVID-19
“The speed and the response and the collaboration from our suppliers in the middle of this while they’re facing unprecedented demand [stood out],” said SoulFull Project co-founder Megan Shea. “That was a huge benefit, and that does come back to the [B Corp.] model.”
Alicia Roberts from Atlanta’s Local CBS46 Shares New Flavor!
Philly-raised Georgian, Alicia Roberts shares our new Apple Cinnamon flavor with her crew at CBS46!
Atlanta and Co Introduce our Apple Cinnamon Flavor!
We are so excited to share our new flavor of hot cereal, Apple Cinnamon Multigrain Hot Cereal Carton 5-pack. This flavor is exclusively available at all Whole Foods starting in January 2020. This clip is thanks to the Atlanta Community Food Bank and anchorwomen at Atlanta and Co.
For Every Serving of Hot Cereal Bought, This Local Company Donates Another One to a Food Bank
The Soulfull Project is featured in Philly Magazine. The Co-Founders interviewed with Editor, Mary Clare Fischer.
The Soulfull Project Sponsors Be Well Philly’s Underground Event at Everybody Fights
Everybody got a Be Well Philly sweat towel from our partner, Independence Blue Cross, to take home, and also got to pick up some hearty eats from local company The Soulfull Project to refuel, before heading off into their evenings.
Do a good deed over breakfast. – HER Podcast
Wouldn’t it be nice to support those facing food insecurity with your own grocery purchases? HER podcast’s Dr. Pamela Peeke interviews Co-Founder Megan Shea on how The Soulfull Project was born.