During a volunteering event with our partner, City Relief, our co-founders Kuda Biza and Bryan Janeczko, were interviewed by Christal Young to present our delicious cookies to New York City's community on Good Day New York, Fox 5 NY News.
Our brand is focused on giving back and on using everyone's contribution for a good cause. Indeed, Nunbelievable's mission is to donate meals to the hungry to eradicate the persistent issue of hunger.
Food insecurity and hunger are affecting a large proportion of the American population. According to Feeding America, more than 42 million Americans struggle every day with food insecurity. This number is growing constantly due to the impact of the pandemic.
How do we do that? Nunbelievable has a "one-for-one business model." Buying one bag of cookies will provide one meal to someone in need. This idea was inspired by a group of Nuns who devoted their entire lives to helping the hungry.
The intention of the co-founders was "to create a cookie that is not only delicious, but that is also making a difference in people's lives." Co-founder Kuda Biza, coming from Zimbabwe, experienced hunger and wants to prevent others from enduring the same sufferings . Nunbelievable cookies are "a sweet treat that gives back."
Nunbelievable wants to do good also by providing its customers cookies with better-for-you ingredients. Nunbelievable's new keto-friendly cookies offer a tasty option for those seeking to manage their carbohydrate and sugar intake. We also offer Artisanaland Shortbread cookies with no preservatives, no sugar added, and non-GMO.