Terra’s Kitchen is offering some new menu items, and a local market staple is among them.
The Canton-based meal-kit delivery service is now offering Michelle’s Granola, which is baked in Baltimore. A 2 oz. portion of the granola is being offered with Siggi’s Vanilla Skyr Yogurt, which is another new product for Terra’s Kitchen. The partnership is a natural fit, said Michele’s Granola founder Michele Tsucalas.
— Michele's Granola (@michelesgranola) September 6, 2017
“Michele’s Granola is excited to partner with Terra’s Kitchen, not only because they’re local to us, but also because they’re connecting busy families with fresh and nutritious food in a delicious and innovative way,” she said in a statement.
Terra’s Kitchen is also adding lunch bundles from Revolution Foods, nitro cold brews from Convergence Coffee and Suja Juices Drinking Vinegars.
Along with seeking out healthy food to offer, Terra’s Kitchen also delivers pre-prepped ingredients and a reusable container. The company has been hiring this year.-30-
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