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Just like your grandmother used to make, but easier! Add an egg and a stick of butter to make these delightful chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Women's Bean Project provides job training and opportunity for women in the Denver area. Each box makes approx. 2 dozen cookies. Package size: 20.8 oz..

Ingredients: Old fashioned rolled oats, unbleached organic wheat flour, sugar, granulated brown sugar, chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, milk fat, soy lecithin, natural flavor, milk), baking powder, baking soda, salt. Contains: wheat, milk, soy.


Your purchase helps at-risk women in Denver break the cycle of chronic poverty and unemployment.

Through sales of their products, at-risk women receive skills training and income, replacing the effects of demoralizing poverty with self-confidence and hope. These sales also support small, local farmers, from whom ingredients are sourced. Preparing, packaging, and selling bean soup mixes, baking mixes, and other dry food products, Women's Bean Project provides a safe and accepting work environment where impoverished women can learn the skills required for gainful employment and self-sufficiency.


Item #119834
Price: $10.99

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    Just like your grandmother used to make, but easier! Add an egg and a stick of butter to make these delightful chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Women's Bean Project provides job training and opportunity for women in the Denver area. Each box makes approx. 2 dozen cookies. Package size: 20.8 oz..

    Ingredients: Old fashioned rolled oats, unbleached organic wheat flour, sugar, granulated brown sugar, chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, milk fat, soy lecithin, natural flavor, milk), baking powder, baking soda, salt. Contains: wheat, milk, soy.


    Your purchase helps at-risk women in Denver break the cycle of chronic poverty and unemployment.

    Through sales of their products, at-risk women receive skills training and income, replacing the effects of demoralizing poverty with self-confidence and hope. These sales also support small, local farmers, from whom ingredients are sourced. Preparing, packaging, and selling bean soup mixes, baking mixes, and other dry food products, Women's Bean Project provides a safe and accepting work environment where impoverished women can learn the skills required for gainful employment and self-sufficiency.