Shop for a Cause: Glenwood Garden Announces Father’s Day Themed Food Box

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Social entrepreneurship start-up Glenwood Garden to offer curated food box specially designed for Father’s Day.

Our 2nd edition artisan box was crafted with the co-founder (my dad) in mind. He likes unique hard to find things that also have unique flavors and combinations.

Glenwood Garden, an ecommerce specialty foods start-up committed to social entrepreneurship, announces the release of their second limited edition food box, crafted for the special Dad in your life. The June Father’s Day box will include Potlicker IPA Beer Jelly from Vermont, Grass Run Farm Teriyaki Beef Jerky from Iowa, Benito’s Hot Sauce Original Naranja Hot Sauce and Benito’s Vermont Maple Chipotle BBQ Rub from Vermont, Six Depot Berkshire Sky Coffee from Massachusetts, Bobo’s Mountain Sugar Dark Amber Maple Syrup from Vermont, and McCreas Caramels from Massachusetts. A portion of the profits from each sale will be donated to a participating nonprofit selected by each shopper.

The Glenwood Garden market features specialty food artisans who are committed to sustainability, organic farming, local food and fair trade, and who use ingredients and practices that reflect those values. Their high quality and handcrafted products are often not available for purchase outside of their local areas, except through Glenwood Garden.

Said founder Jonah Rapino, “Our second edition artisan box was actually crafted with the co-founder (my dad) in mind. He likes unique, hard to find things that also have unique flavors and combinations. IPA Beer Jelly and Maple Chipotle BBQ Rub aren’t things usually found at a grocery store on Main St.”

About Glenwood Garden
Based in Massachusetts but with a nationwide reach, Glenwood Garden is a for-profit business with a social mission - to help nonprofits gain a new source of revenue. The family-owned business was founded by father/son duo Norm and Jonah Rapino, both seasoned entrepreneurs. Glenwood Garden is their first joint venture. Their market offers sustainably made, small-batch products crafted by passionate artisans from around the country, and gives a large portion of the profit from each sale to specific nonprofits. Their market is not just an exciting new e-commerce storefront, but also a method for producing revenue for valued nonprofit partners all over the United States. Norm and Jonah are proud and excited to provide shoppers with the opportunity to live well and do good by purchasing delicious and hard to find specialty food items, and choosing an amazing nonprofit to benefit.

For more information, and to shop the e commerce store, visit the Glenwood Garden website:

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