Covering the Natural, Organic, Sustainable, & Healthy Food Industry
NOSH reporter Meagan McGinnes and BevNET reporter Brad Avery talk about the high fat craze.
A Dozen Cousins’ mission is to inspire families of all backgrounds to eat better food and live longer, more vibrant lives. Founder & CEO Ibraheem Basir shares that the company is focused on offering global-inspired products made with high-quality ingredients like real onions and garlic, apple cider vinegar and avocado oil to create a variety of heat-and-eat style beans.
This week we sit down with Ben Branson, the creator of Seedlip, a first-of-its-kind non-alcoholic spirit that’s disrupted an industry by changing the way consumers think about cocktails; the hosts convene for a debrief on the recently held Natural Products Expo East 2018 and discuss exhibitor reaction to the show and notable food trends on display at the annual event.
NOSH Live offers a two-day immersive experience for brands looking to navigate the natural food space, build relationships in the industry, and tell their story. The conference gives founders and decision-makers a chance to share innovative products, gain valuable feedback and find ways to take their company to the next level. Learn more about the immersive experience for brands at NOSH Live this Nov. 29 & 30 in Santa Monica, CA.
From new investments and acquisitions to new hires, here are some of the top news stories from this week.
Sustainable seafood brand Fishpeople is determined to reinvigorate the seafood department and hook consumers on the concept that seafood can be fun, fast and easy with the launch of two new products — including a fish jerky — at Natural Products Expo East.
Hershey’s is taking another bite out of the snack set, announcing on Wednesday the acquisition of the Pirate Brands business from B&G Foods for $420 million. The acquisition is another step by Hershey to broaden its offerings, moving further afield from confection and deeper into the snack aisle.
From a vegan snack brand’s entrance into frozen, to a side maker’s move to center plate, here are five brands debuting in new categories and aisles at the trade show.
MUSH bridges the gap between health and convenience by putting overnight oats in a grab-and-go format. Ashley Thompson, the company’s CEO and co-founder, shares how the unique packaging, which features a built-in-spoon, makes this product easily snackable.
PieShell founder/CEO Cheryl Clements shares the secrets to a successful crowdfunding campaign and why this method of fundraising has risen in popularity among food brands. Chef and food truck pioneer Roy Choi dishes on the cultural value of food.
From an HPP hummus maker multiplying its retail footprint, to an instant ramen brand gaining a nationwide presence, here is your latest in distribution news.
With the launch of Peckish, a fresh snacking platform centered around eggs, food incubator and investor Sonoma Brands is aiming to bring the same attention to the egg as founder Jon Sebastiani did for meat snacks at his previous company, KRAVE Jerky.
Brown’s departure comes less than 18 months after joining the Greek yogurt market leader.
From expanded product lines and offerings, to leadership changes and regulation amendments, here are some of this week’s top news stories that you should know.
Iwon organics, a high protein chip brand targeted at athletes and health conscious consumers, announced this week that it’s bringing a new protein puff line to more than 4,500 GNC stores in October.
Boulder, Colorado-based oat bar brand Bobo’s announced this week that it received series B funding from repeat investors Boulder Investment Group Reprise (BIGR) and Ridgeline Ventures. The two firms led the brand’s $8 million series A round in February 2017.