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David Gotlib is the founder and CEO of Savorly, a brand delivering innovative frozen appetizers in a fun and interesting way. The company’s puff pastries, Belgian croquettes, mini bagels and other bite-sized foods were developed for millennial consumers that are looking to entertain guests and connect over hors d’oeuvres.
Plenty of new products hit the shelves this July, including several treats to beat the summer heat. This month saw ice cream launches from McConnell’s, Oatly and Perfect Day and on-the-go smoothie options from Stonyfield, Buddy Nutrition and Charles & Alice. Check out more of July’s new products below, which also includes launches by Barilla, Chobani and Green Giant.
NOSH Live returns to Santa Monica, Calif. this December 4+5. Network with investors and experts, showcase your brand in the Sampling Experience + Expo, discover the latest innovations and takeaway actionable insights to grow your business. Register now to gain access to the discounted Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel room block and lock in the room you want at the lowest rate.
The NOSH team will be at Expo East next month covering the hottest products in the industry. If you want additional industry exposure, inquire about our show coverage sponsorship opportunities to get thousands of eyes on your brand. A limited number of pre, during and post event awareness opportunities are available to brands looking to make an impact.
In the spirit of partnership, we’re hosting a webinar for service and supplier companies. We understand that you have different objectives and priorities than a brand, so we’ve created the “BevNET Inside Track” to give you advice on how to gain awareness in the industry and optimize your experience at events.
Meatless burger brand Impossible Foods is two steps closer to entering supermarket retail following FDA approval of a key ingredient and a new co-packer. The brand told NOSH it plans to enter retail in September.
It’s time to pull the curtain back on our first set of NOSH Live Winter 2019 speakers, revealing two of the leaders from Mondelēz International’s team focused on ways innovation, investment, and imagination can change the snack business.
Tyson is gearing up to launch a line of functional snacks later this year under a new brand called Pact. The line will launch with four varieties of Snack Bites — Gut Instinct (cranberry kombucha with probiotics), Gut Ahead (turmeric ginger with prebiotics), Vibe On (matcha blueberry “energizing”) and Glow With It (cocoa/coconut with collagen). Each bag of bites will be sold refrigerated, but last at ambient temperature for up to a week.
This month, San Diego-based Sunday Scaries, which produces CBD infused tinctures and gummy supplements, introduced its first ready-to-drink product: YOLO, a 2 oz. shot that pairs 50 mg of full spectrum CBD with a 200 mg dose of natural caffeine.
Like its three co-founders, direct-to-consumer energy snack company Verb is graduating to its next stage of life. Last year, two of its three co-founders graduated college and moved Verb’s headquarters to Boston from the Yale University campus, where they first created it. Today, the company announced it had raised $3.5 million from investors.
Snack brand Bobo’s is ready for its next phase of growth courtesy of the close of a round of capital investment and the opening of a new production facility, CEO TJ McIntyre told NOSH. The goal is to eventually sell the company, and the raises are necessary steps, McIntyre told NOSH.
Plant-based brands fight labeling laws, find breakfast partnerships in this week’s Checkout.
In the next installment of Sauce in the City, Catherine Smart, founder of Not Just Co, explores how she went about raising capital for her fledgling food company.
In 2018 Paul Coletta, the CEO Urban Remedy, told NOSH that he would take the company into new markets beyond California. Now, nearly a year to the day, the company officially announced that it will launch into the New York metro area via a partnership with Whole Foods Market. The move comes after Urban Remedy achieved profitability in its Northern California market, posting an average annual growth rate for the trailing three years of over 80%.
The complete lineup of presentations from NOSH Live Summer 2019 is now available to watch on the NOSH YouTube channel. Last month hundreds of natural food industry founders and executives came together in New York City to fuel the growth of their businesses through new insights and partnerships. Driving the conversations forward were a diverse group of all-stars who took the stage to present their perspectives and insights on the evolving industry.
In the latest distribution news, Publix gears up for back-to-school with the addition of Kidfresh, while Walmart adds new condiments, crisps and ice cream brands.
When Joe and Serenity Carr first walked down the baby food aisle, the couple expected an array of healthy options that would mirror their own paleo diets, but those were scarce as cavemen. With plans to start their own family, the two decided to remedy the situation, launching a line of nutrient dense baby foods. Now the company is growing up, with its first round of institutional investment as it expands into conventional retail.