Lambs Farm Breaks Holiday Record

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LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. - Jan. 15, 2019 - PRLog -- Participant bakers and staff who work in the Sugar Maple Country Store are celebrating a record-breaking $300,000 in 2018 holiday catalog sales.

Sales grew by $19,000 over last year, a 7% increase. There has been a steady growth in sales each year. The online store allows customers to purchase their favorites at any time, corporations ship hundreds of gifts to their clients and others share the mission of Lambs Farm by sending goodies to their family and friends,

Staff and Participants hustled around the clock to produce and ship over 19,000 gifts. From Famous Butter and Iced Lemon cookies to Snowballs and Pinwheels, the Sugar Maple Country Store & Bakery sold more than 4,500 tins and over 2,400 whopping pounds of creamy, rich chocolate in just a few weeks. While Participants are sprinkling cookies, packaging tins and assembling assortments during the busiest time of year, they learn new skills in their roles, recognize the value of teamwork and have fun.

This year, Participants have a new sales goal and new look – green chef coats and custom hats. The new attire is the result of a 24-hour National Bakery Day fundraiser that took place in September. Each Participant baker was presented with their first official uniform after the season ended to celebrate their dedication, perseverance and professionalism in the kitchen.

Lambs Farm is a premier nonprofit organization whose mission is helping people with developmental disabilities lead productive, happy lives and connecting with the human spirit in us all. Lambs Farm strives to maintain exemplary vocational, residential, social and recreational programs, and to operate our organization in a manner that will continue to help people grow. For more information, visit

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