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MAXINE’S HEAVENLY EXPANDS PRESENCE IN CONVENTIONAL MARKETS WITH RALPH’S AND LUCKY/SAVEMART

Sugar conscious cookie brand expands its presence in California. Los Angeles, CA: Maxine’s Heavenly, a Los Angeles-based company that makes decadent but better-for-you cookies for the sugar conscious consumer, added Ralph’s By Kroger and Lucky/Save Mart to the rapidly growing list of stores that carry their brand. With the addition of these key regional retailers, Maxine’s Heavenly continues its deeper dive into the California markets. Maxine’s Heavenly cookies can be found in 115 Ralph’s locations across Southern California and over 100 Lucky/Save Mart locations (Gluten Free modular) in Northern California.  “We’ve always known the Maxine’s Heavenly brand had great potential beyond the natural and specialty stores with which we built our foundation. Ralph’s and Lucky/Save Mart are perfect retail partners...

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8 Ways To Support Small Businesses Right Now

During this pandemic, many small businesses will suffer and many will close. As a consumer, there are a few things you can do to help those brands. 1. Buy online. At the moment, mail and delivery services are still working, so you can still get many of your favorite products online. Even brick and mortar stores may offer their merchandise online, so it's worth checking their website. Please be patient with delivery times. Everyone is working as hard as they can to provide you great customer service.  2. Skip the discount code (if you can). Many businesses are offering discounts to promote sales. If you are able to forgo the discount, please do. This will help increase their margins, and...

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Keep Sane While You're In Quarantine

Hey, so, global pandemic. Brand new territory! Also brand new to a lot of folks? Staying in their homes for days and weeks on end.  Lots of people are creating lists for things - places to watch tv, museums to take a virtual tour of, classes for kids who are home from school. So we thought we'd compile them into one helpful place.  We've created a spreadsheet with activities to do for those who are bored and also some resources for people who need things like money, food, or extra work. It's not comprehensive, so feel free to add your suggestions in the community resources tab.  >> QUARANTINE ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES DOCUMENT <<  We hope you find it helpful in this stressful...

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