Life might be like a box of chocolates, but with Sanders chocolates you always know what you’re going to get. That’s why Rally Beans is excited to bring this premium addition to their fundraising lineup.
“Rally Beans fundraisers are known for their wide selection of fresh, custom-roasted coffee beans,” said Kristy Loeks, Rally Beans president. “The addition of chocolates and hot cocoa from a partner who is known for premium products crafted to exacting standards elevates Rally Beans fundraisers even further. Our fundraising groups are now able to offer an even broader array of highly-sought product to their customers, which will increase their overall profit on Rally Beans fundraisers.”
Rally Beans plans to add six Sanders chocolate candies, such as Milk Chocolate Covered Almonds and Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels, as well as Sanders Gourmet Blend Hot Cocoa to their standard fundraiser lineup, which includes 21 different coffee varieties available in 12-oz and 2-lb bags. Seasonal coffees are rotated into the fundraiser lineup on a semi-annual basis.
“I could not be more excited about the fundraising opportunities we offer to groups of all sizes. Our product lineup is second to none, and our fundraiser process is simple and quick. I’m looking forward to helping our fundraising groups raise even more money for their trips and projects during the upcoming school year,” said Loeks.
About Rally Beans
Rally Beans, based in Barnesville, Minnesota, helps schools, churches, and non-profit/volunteer groups throughout Minnesota and North Dakota raise money through face-to-face and online sales. Groups working with Rally Beans earn $4 to $8 on every bag of coffee sold, and $3 on each box of chocolates sold. For more information about fundraising with Rally Beans, visit www.rallybeans.com, or email them direct at email@example.com.
Sanders, a classic national brand featuring premium chocolates, dessert toppings, and baked goods using original recipes dating as far back as 1875, uses only real cocoa butter and chocolate liquor to craft their artisanal chocolates, and is proud to source its premium custom chocolate blend from a single cocoa processor who is a leader in advancing sustainable cocoa farming. Started by Fred Sanders in Detroit, Michigan, the brand is now owned by Morley Candy Makers, Inc., with its own rich history dating back to 1919.