Portland, OR, September 28, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- To celebrate National Homemade Cookies Day, Scratch & Grain Baking Company announces three new products in time for the holiday season. Soon families can take advantage of the wonderfully tasteful and simple-to-make cookie product in gluten free snicker doodle, regular sugar cookie and holiday sugar cookie.
The days of having to make the choice between buying packaged cookies from the store or having dozens of leftover homemade cookies in the kitchen are over. Scratch & Grain Baking Company solves the issue by offering its perfectly measured and individually packaged cookie kits made from the best ingredients available so you can make homemade cookies quickly and conveniently.
“Homemade cookies are the best thing on Earth,” said Scratch & Grain CEO and President Taya Geiger. “They’re better than any cookie you could buy and we’re thrilled to offer an all-natural, gluten-free product to families.”
With the addition of three new holiday flavors, you can now enjoy seven different types of amazing cookies:
· Chocolate Chip
· Oatmeal Raisin
· Chocolate Truffle
· Chewy Peanut Butter
· Snicker Doodle
· Sugar Cookie
· Holiday Sugar Cookie
Scratch & Grain’s cookie kits come with pre-measured with all natural ingredients and simple instructions. All a baker needs to add is an egg and butter to make any of the company’s delicious cookies. Each kit generates a dozen cookies that you and your family will enjoy baking together.
Cookie kits are currently available in 38 locations across Oregon, Washington and Alaska including New Seasons Markets, Market of Choice, Haggen Food and Pharmacy and a host of small independent grocers around the Portland area. The kits also will soon be available at Whole Foods and Made in Oregon stores.
About Scratch & Grain Baking Company
Started by two Portland-area moms, Scratch & Grain Baking Company uses organic products when possible, always choosing high-quality, all-natural ingredients to ensure healthy treats for today’s children. Rooted in a desire to give back to the community, Scratch & Grain sources from local vendors and donates five percent of profits to local charities. For product news and information, visit scratchandgrain.com or Facebook.com/ScratchAndGrain.