We need to increase consumer awareness of our all-natural chips, and we picked CommonKindness for its innovative, performance-based coupon distribution model to help us reach our goals.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Healthy snack foods maker Beanfields, a family-owned company, has teamed up with online coupon website CommonKindness.com to increase awareness and sales of Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips and help support their customer’s favorite nonprofit organization.
“We need to increase consumer awareness of our all-natural chips, and we picked CommonKindness for its innovative, performance-based coupon distribution model to help us reach our goals,” said Roy Glidden, Beanfields’ cofounder and vice president. “It was a natural fit.”
Awarded “Best of Show” by VegNews in 2012, Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips contain twice the protein and fiber of most tortilla chips, and 29 percent less fat. Beanfields Bean and Rice Chips are free of the FDA's eight most common ingredients that trigger food allergies, including dairy and gluten, so they can be enjoyed by everyone. They are also cholesterol-free, trans-fat-free, and preservative-free.
Roy and his brother Reed founded Beanfields with the goal of producing great-tasting chips using the best USA-farmed beans, rice, and non-GMO ingredients available. The Glidden’s purchase from American farmers to help support the U.S. economy and to ensure that Beanfields’ products are made using the highest quality ingredients.
“I absolutely love Beanfields Beans and Rice Chips, and I have the highest respect for the way the company conducts business,” said CommonKindness president Sarah Schloemer. “Buying Beanfields chips using CommonKindness.com coupons empowers shoppers to support American farmers, the environment, their favorite nonprofit, and a healthy lifestyle. Everybody wins.”
Reed Glidden, Beanfields’ president, says his family-owned company practices what he calls "kinder prosperity" to affect positive change in the country’s food and business practices. He believes that joining CommonKindness.com to help build a new source of sustainable funds for America’s nonprofit organizations is consistent with Beanfields’ social and environmental values.
In 2012, Beanfields Bean and Rice Nacho Chips were awarded “Best of Show” by VegNews, America’s premier vegan lifestyle magazine. VegNews awards “Best of Show” to the best of the best vegan products that are changing the meaning and taste of eating vegan.
“We are obsessed—no, really!—with Beanfields' new Nacho Bean & Rice Chips, the vegan answer to Doritos,” said Lyndsay Orwig, VegNews’ new products manager. Beanfields Nacho Chips are the first snack chips to deliver all the cheesy flavor of nachos, while being free of dairy, MSG, and artificial ingredients.
To use printable grocery coupons for Beanfields Bean and Rice Chip, shoppers simply go to CommonKindness.com, select the coupons they want, print them out, and head to the store. Twenty percent of the coupon distribution fee will be donated to the nonprofit group of the shopper’s choice for each CommonKindness coupon redeemed at the cash register.
About Beanfields LLC
Beanfields LLC is an all-natural snack company based in Los Angeles, CA. Beanfields uses USA-farmed beans and rice to create affordable, great-tasting snacks that are good to eat, good for farmers, and good for the planet. These all-natural snacks are Non-GMO Project verified, gluten free, and vegan.
To learn more, go to Beanfieldssnacks.com.
CommonKindness.com is the new free coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20 percent of revenues to nonprofit organizations of each shopper’s choice.
To learn more, go to CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.