A Successful Debut: Chickpea Oatmeal at the Tower Grove Farmers Market
The first event of the Tower Grove Farmers Market season was filled with excitement and anticipation. Amidst the lively atmosphere, our chickpea oatmeal company prepared to make its debut, with an equal mix of enthusiasm and nerves. Little did we know that our delicious chickpea oatmeal would soon win over the hearts and taste buds of market-goers, giving rise to a memorable tagline: "Oats are dead, chickpeas are in."
The Morning Hustle
As we set up our stand, we faced a few unexpected challenges. We worried if our credit card swiper would work and whether we had enough change for cash transactions. In our haste, we realized we'd left the napkins behind, and figuring out the gas-powered camping stove proved to be a learning experience. Despite these initial hiccups, we persevered, determined to share our chickpea oatmeal with the world.
Tasting is Believing
Once we got the samples going, people couldn't resist the enticing aroma of our chickpea oatmeal. The unique flavors – apple cinnamon, dark chocolate blueberry, and peanut butter banana – drew in curious customers, eager to try something new. Much to our delight, the response was overwhelmingly positive. Our dark chocolate blueberry flavor, in particular, was a massive hit, selling out before the day's end.
Mark Your Calendars
We're thrilled to announce that we'll be returning to the Tower Grove Farmers Market in St. Louis on April 22nd and April 29th. If you missed us during our debut, or simply can't get enough of our chickpea oatmeal, be sure to stop by and see us. We promise to have plenty of napkins, change for cash, and a fully functional credit card swiper. Most importantly, we'll have an ample supply of our delicious, healthy, and easy-to-prepare chickpea oatmeal, ready to revolutionize your breakfast routine.
Big big thank you to Clay from Sobriety Hub for waking up early and working hard to sell chickpea oatmeal with us. Credit to him for thinking of our new slogan, too.
Oats are dead, chickpeas are in