Client Spotlight: GoNanas

Saper Law Client Spotlight

Saper Law’s Client Spotlight is a series highlighting our various practice areas through client features. This month, we are highlighting our business practice area by shining a spotlight on Saper Law client, GoNanas.

Meet GoNanas!

GoNanas is #NotYourNanas banana bread! It is a women-owned, vegan, gluten-free, and allergen-friendly banana bread mix company.

Morgan Lerner and Annie Slabotsky are best friends and business partners who co-founded GoNanas, a banana bread mix company inspired by nostalgic, family recipes but with an allergen-friendly twist. By having the consumer add real fruit to their mixes, they’re making baked goods taste homemade from a mix. The duo started the company out of their dorm room at the University of Michigan, and now sell their products in grocery stores nationwide, shaking up the baked good space.

GoNanas banana bread mixes swap traditional and refined ingredients for simple ingredients that you can recognize and pronounce. These ‘healthified’ recipes properly fuel your body without compromising the yumminess of banana bread that everyone knows and loves.

Beyond their Original flavor, GoNanas offers a wide variety of banana breads. From Cookie Dough, to Blueberry Crumble, to Chocolate Chip (pictured above), there are tons of mixes to choose from, all of which are guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Team Taste Test

The Saper Law team made our own GoNanas banana bread, and we can confirm that it is just as delicious as it is nutritious! Many thanks to GoNanas for sending us some samples! Head to GoNanas’ website today to place a banana bread order of your own.

Do You Need Similar Assistance?

We assisted GoNanas with their marketing and influencer agreements. Do you work with or want to work with influencers? Saper Law can help you form and sustain influencer partnerships.

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