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New Morning Market Collecting Box Tops For Education for Region 14 Schools

New Morning Market employee Kat Lynch is excited that Annie’s and Cascadian Farm products now have Box Tops for Education. You can support Region 14 schools by dropping off your Box Tops at New Morning Market.

WOODBURY – New Morning Market has coordinated with Region 14 schools and has collection boxes for Box Tops for Education and will collecting Box Tops through the end of September.

Box Tops, valued at $0.10 per top, are featured on natural and organic brands and products available at New Morning Market including: Food Should Taste Good Chips, Larabar Multipacks, Cascadian Farm Cereal, Cascadian Farm Granola Bars, and many Annie’s products (i.e. Mac & Cheese, Fruit Snacks, Cereal, Frozen Snacks, and Granola Bars).

Box Tops for education have helped schools earn over $868 million to help build playgrounds, install computer labs, and fund other programs that enrich their school communities since 1996. Annually, individual schools can cash-in up to $20,000 of Box Tops to be put towards educational expenses.

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