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To help fight hunger in Wisconsin, Festival Foods is partnering with mission-driven food startup Nunbelievable Cookies, which donates one meal for every better-for-you cookie pack sold.

The goal of the Nunbelievable/Festival Foods collaboration is to sell 50,000 cookies by December 15 for a total donation of 50,000 meals. The meals will be distributed by Feeding America, which serves multiple distribution centers, including one in Appleton, Wisconsin. The Nunbelievable/Festival Foods campaign is also part of Feeding America’s 1 Billion Meal Challenge, which will match every donation – providing twice the impact.

With giving at the heart of its mission, Nunbelievable is seeing big results in sales of its delicious low-carb, low-sugar, gluten-free and keto-friendly cookies. Since its founding only two years ago, Nunbelievable has provided over 1 million meals nationwide to those in need.

“Our partnership with Festival Foods is the perfect fit because our two companies are equally committed to giving back,” said Bryan Janeczko, Nunbelievable co-founder and CEO, who is also a native Wisconsinite. “We’re grateful to Festival Foods for helping us achieve our goal of 10 million meals by the end of 2023.”

“We’re thrilled to participate in this effort to feed those in need in Wisconsin,” said Travis Tiedt, Festival Foods buyer/merchandiser. “We hope every Festival Foods shopper will show their support by making a Nunbelievable purchase.”

According to Feeding America, 42 million people in the United States, including 13 million children, may experience food insecurity in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Nunbelievable cookies are made fresh with no GMOs or preservatives. Flavors available at Festival Foods are chocolate chip, peanut butter, oatmeal raisin and double chocolate chip.

To learn more about Festival Foods and its commitment to community involvement, visit FestFoods.com. For more information on Nunbelievable and its mission to feed those in need, visit Nunbelievable.com.

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