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Topco, Project 7 Team Up On Full Circle Line

April 4, 2013
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Topco Associates and Project 7 are teaming up on a co-branded line of food and beverage products, the companies announced Thursday.

The Full Circle products will include 26 items, with bagged granola, granola bars, cobblers bars, coffee and tea among the products.

“Full Circle and Project 7’s co-branded products are a perfect solution for shoppers looking for great-tasting food and beverages,” said Glenn Backus, Topco Senior Vice President, Center Store Program Management and Innovation, in a news release. “Families will be able to enjoy these quality goods and, at the same time, make an impact in their communities.”

Project 7 makes everyday products that give back to seven areas for good around the globe. With every purchase of a Full Circle + Project 7 product, a portion of the proceeds is contributed to local organizations dedicated to serving those affected by hunger.

For example, the purchase of just one can of Full Circle + Project 7’s delicious organic, whole bean coffee will help provide two meals to people in need. In 2012, Project 7’s Feed the Hungry initiative helped provide more than 641,000 meals in the United States.

“The new Full Circle + Project 7 products are terrific,” Project 7 CEO and founder Tyler Merrick said in the release. “We are thankful for Topco’s leadership and for this special opportunity to partner with the Full Circle brand. The social good that will come from the sale of these great items serves both families and their communities.” 

To learn more about Project 7 and Full Circle’s co-branded food and beverage products, please visit www.fullcircleproject7.com.

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