GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- What's better than a 'get your money back guarantee' on a new product? Not having to buy it in the first place.
Great Harvest is inviting customers to trade in the bread they usually get, and give them a try instead. The company is letting people trade in their usual bread, unopened of course, for what they say is better bread.
"Oh we have all kinds of bread; from everything from cheddar jalapeno to our signature honey whole wheat. We have sourdough, asiago sourdough, we have cracked wheat and Dakota. There's at least 15 varieties to choose from," said Walt Legits, Owner Great Harvest Grand Junction.
The bread challenge runs through Saturday. All you have to do is take a new, store-bought loaf to Great Harvest and you'll get fresh handmade bread. Great Harvest will donate the store-bought stuff, along with all their leftovers, to Catholic Outreach.