Covering the Natural, Organic, Sustainable, & Healthy Food Industry
Here’s your latest in natural distribution news.
Last week artisanal pasta company Sfoglini announced the close of a $2.5 million round of funding. Investment group Almanac Insights led the round, with Fresh Source Capital and several individual investors taking part.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced today that it has expanded its list of approved dietary fibers that can be listed on the updated Nutrition Facts panel.
Large CPG brands are taking note of changing consumer preferences and realizing to stay relevant, they have to evolve. One big company making major changes is Tyson Foods. Long known as a poultry producer, Tyson has taken steps to shift towards protein as a whole, rather then betting the farm on one species.
Plant-protein based beverage and bar brand Only What You Need (OWYN) has announced a partnership with L.A. Libations, the Coke-aligned beverage incubator, as it attempts to become a platform brand
During a Bootcamp session that kicked off NOSH Live Summer 2018, Craig shared with the audience some of the essential characteristics — in the products and the people — that he looks for before backing any early stage brand.
The inside story on unconventional brand Death Wish Coffee and how it built a thriving direct-to-consumer business; the founders of fast-growing pancake mix brand Birch Benders explain when to trust instinct over data and why it’s important to “get a little over your head sometimes.”
This month McConnell’s launched a line of dairy-free “ice cream” made from a proprietary blend of micronized pea protein.
From brands expanding into new categories to meal kits entering new retail channels, here is the natural food news you need to know from this week.
From a premium chip maker to a fig-filled cookie brand, here are some of the latest redesigns and rebrands in the natural snack set.
Lawless Craft Jerky founder Matt Tolnick announced at NOSH Live Summer 2018 that the brand has entered into a partnership agreement with Monogram Foods, one of the leading manufacturers of meat snacks in the U.S.
Yesterday at NOSH Live Summer 2018, frozen baked good company Soozy’s announced it had closed a $2.5 million dollar round of funding.
Why third-wave coffee pioneer and Blue Bottle founder James Freeman isn’t concerned with being ahead of the curve; how Jesse Merrill is changing the way people think about cottage cheese with innovative brand Good Culture; rising up with Mountain Mel’s, a maker of medicinal herbal teas, in this week’s Elevator Talk
Five snack makers fought for the title, including popped lily seed maker Bohana, natural ice cream line Grateful Sons, better-for-you brittle Sarah’s Snacks, and protein ball brand Simply Fuel.
Throughout the day, the main question presenters tried to answer was: What are the tools needed to take a brand to the next level?