Check out Five Products that Taste Good and Do Good

The December 2018 issue of Rachael Ray Every Day includes The Soulfull Project as a good product that also does good.

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Soulfull Project, founded as ‘startup within a large company,’ now on its own amid expansion

The Soulfull Project was supported by an investment from Campbell’s, but it’s now an independent entity operating on its own.

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Soulfull Project Leaves Campbell’s Backing, Spins Out as Independent Brand

Project Nosh’s Carol Ortenberg discusses the recent shift of Soulfull and new retailers; from 14 stores to 3,000 retailers — including Wegman’s, ShopRite, Stop & Shop, Shaw’s, Central Market, Fred Meyer and, most recently, Sprouts Farmers Market.

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The Soulfull Project Reaches Milestone Feeding Those in Need

The Soulfull Project has announced they have reached a milestone of one million servings tallied.

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The Hot Cereal Company Using Buy-One-Give-One to Fight Food Insecurity

The Soulfull Project meets with Food Bank of South Jersey’s interim CEO, Joe Njoroge and Civil Eats’ own Lela Nargi to discuss the BOGO business model and the daunting 12 percent food insecurity rate in the U.S.

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The Soulfull Project Reaches Milestone of One Million Donated Servings…

The start-up’s hot cereals are now available at Sprouts Farmers Market stores from coast to coast, which will expand its distribution and donation footprints.

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Food Bank for the Heartland receives 21,000 meals

Soulfull team members volunteer at Food Bank for the Heartland after an event with Hy-Vee.

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KXL-Afternoon News – The Soulfull Project

Portland’s afternoon news shed some light on hunger and our mission.

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A Project with Soul

“A spoonful of cereal from TSP is a spoonful of good quality and healthy food for someone who needs it. ” – Violet Kanian

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