Did you know that National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day is March 29? Time to shop mom and pop!
[Feature photo: Joe and Jamie Sastre of Postre Caramels.]
At Batch, we are all about the mom and pops. We only sell goods made by small businesses and artisans around the USA, and when you buy from Batch, you are always shopping small. To celebrate National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day, we want to highlight a few of our family businesses:
When you buy a Batch box with Willa’s Shortbread, the Rion family does a happy dance. Eric Rion runs all aspects of the business with his wife’s full, hands-on support. Read the Willa's Shortbread story here.
Little Seed Farm
Every time you purchase a Little Seed Farm skincare item from Batch, Eileen and James Ray say hiphiphooray! Read the Little Seed Farm story here.
Chapel Hill Toffee
How about stocking up on North Carolina’s favorite toffee? If you buy some Chapel Hill Toffee for your next sweet treat or creative cooking adventure, the entire Graves family does a group hug! (Well, maybe not, but it’s fun to imagine, isn’t it?) Read the Chapel Hill Toffee story here.
These are just a few of the mom and businesses behind the Batch box. Visit our site to browse more artisan goods from small businesses around the USA, and celebrate National Mom and Pop Day by making a purchase that keeps their doors open through the trying times of the COVID-19 pandemic.