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4 Ways Northerly Rolled Oats is Working Through the COVID-19 Crisis

Foodboro is reaching out to members and makers in our community to learn how they are coping with demand and delivery in these uncertain days. Northerly, one of our newest members, has told us four things that they’ve been working on from their headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. during the COVID-19 crisis.

4 Ways Northerly Rolled Oats is Working Through the COVID-19 Crisis

Foodboro is reaching out to members and makers in our community to learn how they are coping with demand and delivery in these uncertain days. Northerly, one of our newest members, has told us four things that they've been working on from their headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. during the COVID-19 crisis.

It's crazy out there and moving fast. We have bulk direct-from-farms rolled oats, an American food staple. Our shipments are selling out on Amazon as quickly as we supply them. We can't send them pallets fast enough. To keep up, we're sending individual packages to Amazon now, so they can get loaded into their warehouse faster than pallets can, and we can fulfill the demand quicker, especially now that Amazon has limited inbound inventory to food and household staples and medical supplies, which oats qualify.

Another thing we are doing is going direct to markets. Markets like Kroger are running short on food and household staples and need supply quicker than they can get it. Our CEO, Clayton, has also been working around the clock to fulfill direct-to-consumer orders.

And we're still doing our large food donation to St. Mary's Food Bank even though our "For the Grainer Good" Everest climb was canceled due to the mountain shutting down to COVID-19. And instead of one large food drop, we're going to deliver food by box trucks each month, since food banks are very strained currently for food. Many food bank users depend on the food bank for food security regardless of a global crisis. So now more than ever, food banks need food. Oats are shelf-stable, plant-based, high in vegan protein, slow-burning energy for fuel, and can last up to two years in their original packaging.

Lastly, we're sharing the message to everyone that our direct-to-consumer farm has a lot of sustainably grown oats and we can help feed this country, without the red tape and delays that stockists still have in place preventing people from getting food faster. Whatever it takes, we'll provide it. We were founded on the principles of helping and giving back, and now more than ever, we're poised to do so. Read more about what we're doing here.

Want to share your experience of how your brand is navigating the ups and downs of COVID-19? Send us an email at makers@foodboro.com!

Foodboro is reaching out to members and makers in our community to learn how they are coping with demand and delivery in these uncertain days. Northerly, one of our newest members, has told us four things that they've been working on from their headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. during the COVID-19 crisis.

It's crazy out there and moving fast. We have bulk direct-from-farms rolled oats, an American food staple. Our shipments are selling out on Amazon as quickly as we supply them. We can't send them pallets fast enough. To keep up, we're sending individual packages to Amazon now, so they can get loaded into their warehouse faster than pallets can, and we can fulfill the demand quicker, especially now that Amazon has limited inbound inventory to food and household staples and medical supplies, which oats qualify.

Another thing we are doing is going direct to markets. Markets like Kroger are running short on food and household staples and need supply quicker than they can get it. Our CEO, Clayton, has also been working around the clock to fulfill direct-to-consumer orders.

And we're still doing our large food donation to St. Mary's Food Bank even though our "For the Grainer Good" Everest climb was canceled due to the mountain shutting down to COVID-19. And instead of one large food drop, we're going to deliver food by box trucks each month, since food banks are very strained currently for food. Many food bank users depend on the food bank for food security regardless of a global crisis. So now more than ever, food banks need food. Oats are shelf-stable, plant-based, high in vegan protein, slow-burning energy for fuel, and can last up to two years in their original packaging.

Lastly, we're sharing the message to everyone that our direct-to-consumer farm has a lot of sustainably grown oats and we can help feed this country, without the red tape and delays that stockists still have in place preventing people from getting food faster. Whatever it takes, we'll provide it. We were founded on the principles of helping and giving back, and now more than ever, we're poised to do so. Read more about what we're doing here.

Want to share your experience of how your brand is navigating the ups and downs of COVID-19? Send us an email at makers@foodboro.com!

Foodboro is reaching out to members and makers in our community to learn how they are coping with demand and delivery in these uncertain days. Northerly, one of our newest members, has told us four things that they've been working on from their headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. during the COVID-19 crisis.

It's crazy out there and moving fast. We have bulk direct-from-farms rolled oats, an American food staple. Our shipments are selling out on Amazon as quickly as we supply them. We can't send them pallets fast enough. To keep up, we're sending individual packages to Amazon now, so they can get loaded into their warehouse faster than pallets can, and we can fulfill the demand quicker, especially now that Amazon has limited inbound inventory to food and household staples and medical supplies, which oats qualify.

Another thing we are doing is going direct to markets. Markets like Kroger are running short on food and household staples and need supply quicker than they can get it. Our CEO, Clayton, has also been working around the clock to fulfill direct-to-consumer orders.

And we're still doing our large food donation to St. Mary's Food Bank even though our "For the Grainer Good" Everest climb was canceled due to the mountain shutting down to COVID-19. And instead of one large food drop, we're going to deliver food by box trucks each month, since food banks are very strained currently for food. Many food bank users depend on the food bank for food security regardless of a global crisis. So now more than ever, food banks need food. Oats are shelf-stable, plant-based, high in vegan protein, slow-burning energy for fuel, and can last up to two years in their original packaging.

Lastly, we're sharing the message to everyone that our direct-to-consumer farm has a lot of sustainably grown oats and we can help feed this country, without the red tape and delays that stockists still have in place preventing people from getting food faster. Whatever it takes, we'll provide it. We were founded on the principles of helping and giving back, and now more than ever, we're poised to do so. Read more about what we're doing here.

Want to share your experience of how your brand is navigating the ups and downs of COVID-19? Send us an email at makers@foodboro.com!

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