Elevator Talk: Chum Aims to Make a Splash with Clean Ingredient Fruit Bites

Our Elevator Talk pitch series showcases up-and-coming food and beverage brands within the industry. Meet the founders behind the hottest brands hitting the market and hear their plans to stand out on shelves. You can catch this series on and the NOSH YouTube channel with new pitches shared every week.

Benjamin Bartley is the founder of Chum Fruit Snacks, a company with a mission to make good food that’s good for the planet. The brand’s bites are made from slow baked fruit, delivering an all-natural and clean ingredient snack for kids. A percentage of the profits are donated to endangered species conservation, including the animals pictured on the brand’s packaging. Chum is available in natural and speciality stores, with plans for a Whole Foods launch this summer.

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