"From a Gluten-Free perspective it's refreshing to find delicious tasting and nourishing (aka quality ingredient) alternative treats."
- Haberman Online Order
"The Kids That Make the Green Good" is more than a business, it is an act of social change through the spreading of food and education to the Minneapolis community."
"The Lemon Zucchini Muffins are delicious!"- Kris Dunn, #5 NBA Draft Pick
"Kudos to your group and the [adult organizers]. It's a nice change from girl scout cookies. Great kid empowerment!"
- Wedge Co-op customer
"It's the BEST Gluten Free dessert [Lemon Zucchini Muffins] I've ever tasted"
- Wedge Co-op customer
“Went to Vegfest today and was amazed by the young black farmers from north Minneapolis. They were selling AMAZING vegan desserts.”
- Vegfest customer
“I’m going to see you (ggb youth leader) on the cover of TIME magazine someday” - Annex Farmer’s Market customer
“You guys just made my week!! I’m going to tweet Ellen Degeneres about you guys - the world should know what you’re doing!”
- Annex Farmer’s Market customer
“They were amazing” “Inspiring” “Love the concept and the youth” “brilliant presentation” “awesome organization” “youth were amazing” “such an interesting, engaging, and dynamic presentation” “fantastic-thanks for sharing” “the students were awesome” “YOU WERE AWESOME” - UMN Humphrey Masters of Public Affairs students
“I think I am truly a better person after speaking with all of you” - Paul, Sundance Family Foundation Program Manager
“I have not stopped talking about GGB and the amazing team and work you do!” - Kim, WKF Program/Finance Director
I've just returned from my local farmer's market -- Midtown Market in south Minneapolis -- where I discovered, for the first time, the Green Garden Bakery. I love what you are up to at the Green Garden Bakery -- not just the yummy baked goods (tried the pepper chocolate chip cookies and the beet brownies, some of which I bought), but the vision that is being made real in your work together. I had a great and inspiring conversation with the three young men who were selling baked goods today -- they did a wonderful job representing the project and what it personally means to them. I will be writing an email to all my friends who go to the Midtown Market telling them to visit the Bakery booth next time they visit the Farmer's Market. It's really easy to feel discouraged and disheartened by all that is going on in the world, locally and beyond -- what a gift today to feel lifted up by young people who are making a difference in the world.