|Founder||Kuda Biza, Bryan Janeczko|
|Headquarters||New York, NY|
Food, Health & Wellness
|Press Contact||Kuda Biza|
From their gluten-free low carb cookies to buttery shortbread and decadent artisanal varieties, Nunbelievable makes delicious cookies, all made with better-for-you ingredients. However, the only thing more delicious than their cookies is their impact. With 42 million people struggling with hunger in the US . - which is more than the entire Canadian population – - Nunbelievable is delicious on purpose.
Nunbelievable is on a mission to solve the hunger crisis in the United States. That is why they donate meals to a partner soup kitchen for every box of cookies sold. Since launch in late 2019, Nunbelievable has donated over 1 million meals and has now set a goal to donate over 10 million meals by the end of 2023.
Inspired by a group of nuns who used proceeds from the sale of homemade baked goods to help fund their soup kitchens, Nunbelievable was created with a mission to fight hunger one delicious cookie at a time through a one-for-one give-back model.
Co-Founder, Kuda Biza, a proven social venture entrepreneur, experienced first-hand what it feels like to go to bed on an empty stomach when Zimbabwe was struck by a severe drought that left millions of people with nothing to eat when he was just 7-years old.
By teaming up with Bryan Janeczko, a successful health and wellness entrepreneur who pioneered the now $1 billion-plus meal-delivery services industry, the duo is able to combine years of experience in the food industry as they build Nunbelievable to be the best mission-based baked goods company in the world.
With support from noted entrepreneur and philanthropist Tony Robbins, Nunbelievable was formed with a simple but noble goal: To help end the hunger crisis in America. Through a network of impact partner organizations, the company makes a donation of one meal for every sale of their wholesome cookies.