Annie’s Homegrown Is America’s #10 Best Small Company
2 years, 11 months.
Tuesday afternoon when I picked you up from school, your teacher Ms. Lauren directed me over to the current poster on the wall, featuring what you and your friends have been learning about this week.
The question was, “What do we buy at the grocery store?”
As always, you had the most random, confusing answer:
“Old MacDonald mac and cheese, apple squeeze things, fruit juice, pizza.”
By “apple squeeze things,” Ms. Lauren knew you meant fruit pouches (GoGo Squeez applesauce pouches).
But as for “Old MacDonald mac and cheese,” she had no clue…
That, to you, is “Old MacDonald mac and cheese.”
The only other peculiar answer I saw on the list was your friend Sophie’s:
Yes, well, I guess sometimes you do have to get spoons at the grocery store…
Of all weeks for this story to be something I would write about, when I signed on to the MSN homepage today, I saw a link to the story, according to Forbes, “America’s Top 25 Best Small Companies.”
Annie’s Homegrown is #10 on Forbes’ list!
Do you know how happy that makes me?
I love it that a food company like Annie’s Homegrown, who is committed to saying no to GMO’s (and Monsanto) and petroleum-based food dyes (like Kraft uses) is able to be so successful in the free market.
The other thing I love is that there’s enough people in America who demand real food (that doesn’t contain mysterious and potentially harmful chemicals) so that a brand like Annie’s can be this successful.
This is such a beautiful case of supply and demand.
But most of all, the best part of this story for me is, you love Annie’s enough to mention it at school as one of the necessary staples that you like to buy at the grocery store.
You’re as passionate about Annie’s as I am! (Okay, so maybe you just like the way their food tastes and looks, and you’re not really aware of Annie’s “no GMO” policy, but still.)
That gives me one more reason to be so proud of you.
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