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Bonnie Tyler signed up to bring deviled eggs to a party and—after a failed attempt at peeling—showed up with a bag of potato chips instead. After some research at her local library, she found a solution. Bonnie combined the elements of industrial peeling (vibration, movement, and water) and the Negg was hatched. It’s even manufactured in Connecticut, Bonnie’s own backyard.
Grommet Partner Since 2010
As the founder of Haiti Projects, Inc., Sarah Hackett is fighting poverty in Haiti on multiple fronts—supporting local medical clinics, building libraries to foster literacy, and providing micro-loans to farmers. Sarah also works with women artisans in Haiti who are enabled to work from home and earn fair wages for their craft, sewing beautiful nightgowns, fragrant sachets, and other handmade wonders.
Grommet Partner Since 2019
Kimberly Burney had fond memories of her grandfather using an electric carving knife for Thanksgiving feasts. After he passed, her relatives were reluctant to take on turkey prep, despite their love of power tools. She realized that if she combined a chainsaw with a turkey carver, she could bring fun back to the tradition. Mighty Carver lets you bring that same fun to your kitchen prep—whether it’s for Thanksgiving or any other meal.
Grommet Partner Since 2017
The Kitras family has been perfecting their hand-blown glass ornaments for decades. Each one-of-a-kind piece is carefully crafted from recycled glass in the Kitras’ Canadian studio. The small mom and pop that got its start in 1988 is now Canada’s largest hot glass operation, and its pieces can be found in homes, museums, and garden centers across America.