Box Tops for education

Box Tops has helped local schools earn over $800 million for things like helping build playgrounds, installing computer labs, and funding other programs that enrich their school communities since 1996. The box tops are featured on some of your favorite Natural and Organic brands like—Food Should Taste Good Chips, Larabar Multipacks, Cascadian Farm Cereal, and Cascadian Farm Granola Bars.

After learning that over 90% of Annie’s consumers wanted Box Tops on Annie’s packages*, the company is pleased to announce that you can now find Box Tops on many of Annie’s products including: mac & cheese, fruit snacks, cereal, frozen snacks, granola bars, and more.

Help us continue to help schools earn cash, by clipping Box Tops! From August 16th to August 29th, visit the Co-op to find specially marked packages stickered with TWO BONUS Box Tops. The first 200 shoppers can take home a Box Tops Collection Bin (look for them near the front end), to easily collect your Box Tops at home. And you’ll find many of your favorite Annie’s & Cascadian Farm products on sale at the Co-op from August 16-29!

So, keep clipping your Box Tops, and help support your local schools!

To learn more visit Box Tops for Education.

Each box top is worth 10 cents to redeeming school when clipped from box tops products and sent to the redeeming school. Only BTFE registered schools can redeem box tops. Limit $20,000 per school per year for box tops redeemed through the clip program. See for program details.

*Source: Annie’s Box Tops Study, May 2015

Content courtesy of National Cooperative Grocers.