POP UP GROCER SEEKING TO SUPPORT STARTUPS

In her latest article for Food Business News, Monica Watrous discusses PopUp Grocer’s mission to support small businesses on their entrepreneurial journeys through their Pop Up Grocer Fund. The program is currently accepting new applicants who, if selected, can benefit from “a combination of cash and creative services.”

Gwell was the first ever and most recent recipient of the Pop Up Grocer Fund. Gwell has not only benefited from a total packaging rebrand, but an appearance on the shelves of what Emily Schildt, Pop Up Grocer’s founder, calls “the first experience-oriented grocery store. ”

Gwell products are even on the shelves at Pop Up Grocer’s most recent Miami location right now through Sunday, February 27th! To learn more about this event check out our recent press article containing all the important details.

And click here to apply for the Pop Up Grocer Fund yourself.

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