Popular ‘Home Spun Brittle’ of Temecula, CA Seeks Funding for a Commercial Kitchen

With days left in their Kickstarter campaign, these locally famous brittle-makers continue seeking the necessary funds to expand their operations with a brick-and-mortar business.

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Temecula, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014

Home Spun Brittle (http://homespunbrittle.com) – makers of the tender, original Homemade Peanut Brittle featured at the Old Town Temecula Farmers Market – are raising funds to grow their operations with a commercial kitchen. Owners Jack and Glenda Cawthron started an online campaign to help gather the funding needed to secure a larger kitchen, saying the business “is getting’ too big for its britches.” The Kickstarter campaign only has a few days left to reach its $6,000 goal, so brittle fans everywhere are encouraged to donate and help this business expand its reach.

Jack and Glenda have been creating the perfect blend of the finest ingredients in their brittle for well over a decade now, and the pair understands what customers are looking for in a gourmet brittle. With roasted cashews, pistachios, crunchy pecans, almonds, and a whole lot more than just peanut, they have a decadent selection of gourmet candies to choose from. Whether you prefer the timeless classic of old-fashioned peanut brittle, almond brittle, cashew brittle or pistachio brittle, or delicious and daring flavors such as apple pie, banana nut, butter pecan, candy apple, cherry, chili, chocolate brownie, cocoa pecan, peppermint, pumpkin and tropical, they’ve got something to suit every taste. There’s even No-Nut Brittle in chocolate, vanilla and cherry flavors. The treats come in ½ pound and whole pound bags that are perfect as gifts or simply to enjoy wherever you might get a craving for something sweet.

The business has long been located in the Old Town Temecula Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm, and Jack and Glenda have managed to meet local demands through the market and phone sales for nearly 12 years. All that has changed, though. With the implementation of a new website, the demand for their mouth-watering brittle has grown beyond the pair’s wildest dreams. Their capability to produce this delicious brittle in a small kitchen is very limited, but by leasing a commercial kitchen and purchasing the necessary equipment they can increase productivity and spread the joy.

Visit http://kck.st/UvGkVQ to help get Jack and Glenda’s peanut brittle project off the ground.