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Local granola company gives back

The Perfect Granola made its first donation to Foodlink on Friday.

What a Perfect end to the week. 

On Friday, Foodlink received a donation of 210 cases of The Perfect Granola, a rapidly growing company that was “created on the foundation of giving back.”

Owner Michele Liddle has taken her homemade recipes from her kitchen in Victor to more than 500 retail locations — including Wegmans — in six states. Her company is growing fast, but this isn’t a money-making venture.

“Our profits go to homeless shelters, outreach centers, and addiction clinics and we’re so happy to be able to make a donation to Foodlink,” Liddle said. 

Other local nonprofits and organizations that have benefitted from The Perfect Granola’s generosity include Teen Challenge, ROCovery Fitness, Open Door Mission, House of Mercy, Western NY Hop Project and the YMCA.

Liddle, a mother of two girls, is showing them what it takes to set goals and reach them.

“We really wanted to do something to show our girls what you could do if you have an idea. You can actually take it from conception to reality — it’s really exciting.” 

More: The Perfect Granola featured in 2016 D&C story

The Perfect Granola, which is based in Victor, donated 210 cases to Foodlink on March 31.

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