Since its inception, soup wholesaler and broth maker Zoup! has pursued one goal: to create “good enough to drink” products. Now the brand is doubling down on that mission by focusing on increasing its distribution efforts.
Today, the vegetable-forward, frozen pizza brand announced a $2 million investment from the Boulder Food Group (BFG) and the addition of more than 2,500 stores to its retail distribution.
In 2014 entrepreneur David Istier founded Energy Fruits, a shelf-stable natural fruit and vegetable pouch. Three years later, the company has rebranded and more than doubled its distribution while focusing more directly on prebiotic-based gut health.
From globally-inspired sauces to gluten-free cookies, here’s some of the industry’s latest distribution news.
Over the past year social media platforms became dominated with cauliflower-based items and one rose to the top: cauliflower crust pizza. Now it’s taking off in retail, too. Just a short four months after its launch, Caulipower, a ready-to-cook cauliflower pizza and crust company, has added a thousand retailers.
Antidote Serious Chocolate, a chocolate company specializing in fine flavor bean to bar chocolate bars, announces its new partnership with Rainforest Distribution, beginning Spring 2017.
The gluten-free baked goods line geared toward in-store bakeries introduced its products into Ahold USA earlier this month, bringing the company’s store count to over 2,000 eastern U.S. supermarkets since its 2015 launch. So far with 2017’s growth and Goodman’s new partnership with Ahold, the company has already done $500,000 in business from January through March.
Denver-based natural food company Yai’s Thai, producer of Thai-inspired sauces, has expanded distribution into 225 combined King Soopers, City Market, and Safeway stores.
Filthy Food is delighted to announce a 29-state deal with Coastal Pacific Wine & Spirits, a division of Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, making the Filthy brand readily available for cocktail connoisseurs nationwide.
Paleo Passions has been working to evolve the way consumers think about and eat food since it first launched its good-for-you frozen popsicle line about three years ago. Now, the caveman-inspired company is adding to the reach of its brand via an upcoming deal with Walmart and a new product line positioned outside of the freezer aisle.