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Myra Contreras of Chicago, left, and Adama Wulu of Chicago, both students of Floured Apron in Winnetka, create packets of freshly-baked granola for inclusion into Packed With Purpose gift boxes as Donna McShea of Winnetka, Floured Apron associate director student development looks on. Lee A. Litas/22nd Century Media
Floured Apron students with Packed With Purpose founder (left to right) Leatt Rothchild, Adama Wulu of Chicago, student, Shannon Drew of Evanston, student, Myra Contreras of Chicago and Donna McShea of Winnetka, Floured Apron associate director student development.
Packed With Purpose gift boxes range from $25 to $200 and come filled with premium products and note cards explaining those products and the organizations that produced them.
Lee A. Litas, Freelance Reporter
5:16 pm CST December 14, 2017

Surveying her company’s junk food-laden kitchen in December 2016, Highland Park native Leeatt Rothschild had an epiphany.

Wouldn’t it be great if corporate America could thank their employees, clients or partners with a better gift that exemplifies their values and commitment to improving their community?