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Project NOSH LA was filled with success stories from numerous brands. But, simply based on ingredient list, none was sweeter than Foodstirs.
Growth, strategy, marketing and millennials dominated the conversation at this week’s Project NOSH L.A. event, held at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Yes, the World Series is still going, but Project NOSH’s first ever Pitch Slam, presented by ADM, is where the heavy hitters will be lining up today.
Schroeter, the president and co-founder of just-launched Sherpa Foods, will join the Project NOSH lineup to discuss what worked and what didn’t when he and co-founder Edmond Sanctis were growing Sahale Snacks, which was acquired by Smucker’s in late 2014.
On Nov. 2, hundreds of brands, investors and suppliers and service providers will gather at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles to discuss the natural and better-for-you food industry. But the day before on Nov. 1, a limited number of brands will take part in a special Boot Camp event for early stage brands.
Project NOSH L.A. is just around the corner and it’s almost time to get down to business. But you know what they say about all work and no play. So following a full day of programming, learning, networking and sampling, Project NOSH L.A. attendees will get to unwind with an exclusive afterparty powered by the team at FoodForce.