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Being a parent means always having a food ready to go. From morning through after-school and dinner, here’s a look at some under-the-radar ones you can feel good about giving to your family (and that won’t make you unpopular with their friends!).
Better-for-you kids snacks brand Mavericks is now in Target stores, after a turbulent pandemic launch forced the company to refresh its packaging and streamline its products. Green Park Brands, the CPG holding company started by entrepreneur Livio Bisterzo, first launched Mavericks as a better-for-you, kids snacking brand featuring cookies and crackers.
The vegan snack brand HIPPEAS has just launched a new limited edition to celebrate the launch of the upcoming Minions movie, Minions: Rise of Gru.
Their Cookiez have 40% less sugar than the leading kids cookie and their Crackerz boast 8 grams of whole grains. All snacks are non-GMO and peanut-free.
If you know, you know. Regular grocery stores sell the small bags of Hippeas chickpea puffs but at beloved Costco, you can find a giant bag.
What do you get when you cross the 1970s with Gen Z art styles? You get the Hippeas!
Hippeas said it would use the money to increase innovation, expand production and grow distribution.
The dude didn’t even have a product yet. But there was Livio Bisterzo, pitching his vision for a new snack brand to an influential group of Starbucks executives. Their response: thumbs up.
Leonardo DiCaprio – who has already shown quite an interest in the food and beverage sector via investments in guayusa-fueled tea brand RUNA and seafood company Love the Wild – has poured an undisclosed sum into chickpea snack brand Hippeas.
Since attending London’s University of the Arts, Livio Bisterzo (now 35) who originates from Italy, has built businesses that range from hospitality to consumer goods.