Farm&Oven Isn’t Just Business. It’s Personal

August 13, 2018

Farm&Oven Isn’t Just Business. It’s Personal

I’m Kay Allison, co-founder of Farm&Oven Snacks (kay@farmandoven.com). My business partner is Mike Senackerib (mike@farmandoven.com). We employ several people part time to bake in our kitchen and mail out your packages. And that’s it (we hope not forever because this is an intense amount of work!).

This is personal for us.

  • We offer our bakery bites in love and service to you. We personally insist on being healthy (hold the suffering). And we want to make it easy and enticing for you to do the same.
  • You are our inspiration. Your problems and issues fuel our innovation. We want to know what’s working and what’s not so we can help resolve the little problems that bug you. And the big ones, too!
  • When things go wrong, we make them right.

In fact, we mix, cut and bake every piece ourselves. (Yep, that's a picture of me in a hair net!) We’ve built our own kitchen. We package everything ourselves, too.

We bake with pure, everyday, non-GMO ingredients: flour, sugar, and eggs. Our vegetables come from the VanDrunen farm in Illinois. Our vanilla comes from Madagascar. And the maple syrup is from Butternut Farm in Vermont.

Please let us know how we can be helpful to you.

Warmly,

Kay




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