For the past 10 years, Quinn has been on a mission to revolutionize food. It all started with reimagining microwave popcorn by removing the chemicals, plastics and using only real ingredients that we can trace back to the source.
At Quinn, we use simple, delicious, real ingredients and never hide behind mysterious natural flavors. Oh and we kicked a few ingredients to the curb like artificial flavorings, preservatives and other unpronounceables and use organic and non-gmo ingredients whenever available.
Our Farm-to-Bag™ initiative was created with the idea that transparency is the most powerful force for good in food. When you share where every ingredient comes from, you make food differently, you make it better. That transparency also puts the spotlight where it belongs, on those who grew it! But don’t just take our word for it – you can track our ingredients on quinnsnacks.com.
Today, we're digging even deeper into transparency and sustainability thought our Be Better. Do Better.™ mission. This mission works directly with farmers to improve the health of their soil using regenerative ag practices. In June 2020, we kicked off our pilot program, planting 85 acres of sorghum for our pretzels in Western Nebraska. https://www.quinnsnacks.com/mission-be-better-do-better/ to watch out short documentary (don't worry, it's only 7 minutes!) and learn more.
In this week’s Checkout, Quinn Snacks raises $10 million; Stryve begins trading on the NASDAQ after closing SPAC deal; Foxtrot reveals expansion plans, including adding 50 locations in the next two years; and Target announces the first class of its food & beverage accelerator.
Despite sustainability being a fairly standard aspiration for progressive food and beverage brands, there are times when the implementation of environmentally friendly measures can still be an arduous process. With the launch of the working group Band of Brands, Quinn Snacks founder and CEO Kristy Lewis hopes she can ease some of this burden and help food and beverage companies have a bigger impact on the supply chain.
Ten years after launching, Quinn Snacks has a sweet new partner: The Hershey Company, which announced a minority investment in the snack company last week. Hershey will provide the brand with both strategic advice as well as capital, CEO and founder Kristy Lewis said.
Kirsty Lewis officially has two tweens on her hands — both her son and the snack company named after him, Quinn turn ten this week. With one decade in business under its belt, the company announced today the close of $3 million in funding, in part to help further launch its newest releases, grain-free and gluten-free pretzels.
Quinn Snacks, a Boulder, Colorado-based natural foods company dedicated to producing reimagined, classic snacks with a focus on ingredient transparency, has announced that it has named Al Matulis as the company’s VP of sales.
Boulder’s Quinn Snacks, a 7-year-old natural foods company known for reimagining classic snacks like microwave popcorn and pretzels, is pleased to announce the expanded distribution of Quinn Pretzels to all Whole Foods Markets nationally June 27.