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Spokane now has a delicious, nutritious way to do a great thing for the community: Good Oats. For every container of Good Oats sold (only $3.50), one is given to 2nd Harvest Food bank to contribute to their School Pantry program, which provides monthly food boxes to nearly 900 students in high-need Spokane neighborhoods to help fill the nutritional gap for kids facing regular food shortages at home.

Imagined and implemented by Nick Murto and Tyler Lafferty, owners of Method Juice Café, Good Oats is something they have been trying to make a reality for a year and a half. In addition to wholesome eating, they are also intensely passionate about socially responsible business practices. Finally making Good Oats available for both conscientious consumers and also for those in need is something they are exceedingly proud of and also very humbled by. "Second Harvest is honored by the generosity of Method Juice Café, and we look forward to including the healthy oatmeal in our School Pantry boxes. With one out of every four kids in Spokane struggling with hunger, every donation to our School Pantry program means so much, " said Jason L. Clark, president and CEO of Second Harvest.

Ross Printing of Spokane also generously donated a portion of the printing costs to make this model feasible. Without their contribution, this endeavor would not have been possible.

Good Oats are made of all organic ingredients (oats, raisins, walnuts, cinnamon and pure maple syrup crystals) and are now available at Method Juice Café (718 W. Riverside Ave, Ste 101).

For more information please contact Nick Murto at