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Start-up Maine Crisp Company Clinches Distribution Deal

October 22, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The Waterville, Maine-based start-up has turned an opportunity to stock a small local store display through the Whole Foods Local Forager program into a 46-store distribution deal that will place Maine Crisp’s products in each of the retailer’s New England supermarkets. Beginning in November, the company’s Cranberry Almond and Wild Blueberry Walnut crisps will be on store shelves at Whole Foods Market locations all over the region. The Whole Foods Local Forager program selected Maine Crisp because of its high-quality, locally-made product. Maine Crisp sources its buckwheat, a gluten-free seed that comprises the base of the crisp recipe, from Aroostook County, and manufactures the product exclusively in downtown Waterville in its 2,500 sq. ft. facility.
"Maine Crisp Co. Lands New England Distribution Deal with Whole Foods", Main Crisp, October 22, 2020, © Maine Crisp Company
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