We like to work with exceptional entrepreneurs who think out of the box and obsesses about making products that are unlike any other. In an increasingly disrupted world, we look for brands delivering innovative solutions to help people live and eat well. And because we believe in the power of business to improve society, we love to find partners who share our vision.
Yellow Leaf not only makes the world’s most comfortable hammocks; they also empower weavers in Thailand to break the cycle of poverty and build a brighter future.
Originally designed for the fire service, Sarah Apgar’s FitFighter is a world class strength and conditioning system with its own patent-pending Steelhose free weights and iOS training app. FitFighter Steelhoses are made in the USA from real firehose and steel shot.
Founded in 2013 when the Klein and Apostolopoulos families opened their first fresh scooped yogurt bar in Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market. Their secret family recipe for traditional Greek yogurt is now available in retail grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest, and will soon debut in more markets across the country.
Founded in 2018, Alladapt Immunotherapeutics is a private biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of prescription therapeutics to address food allergy.
Justin's makes naturally delicious almond butter, hazelnut butter, peanut butter and organic milk, white and dark chocolate peanut butter cups. It was sold to Hormel for $286 million.
Senda is a fair trade sports ball company that provides sports equipment to nonprofit organizations using soccer to improve their communities.
Founded in 2009, KRAVE is a leading producer of culinary-style meat and poultry snacks. It was sold to Hershey for $240 million.
gimMe Snacks was launched in 2012 as the world's first producer of USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified seaweed snacks.
Before Brands invented the SpoonfulOneTM line of childhood nutritional products, which is the most advanced line of products available to help reduce the risk that a food allergy will develop in a healthy infant as they grow up.
Founded in 2012, Chapul was the first to bring insect protein into the US market, with a mission of introducing insects as a healthy and sustainable source of nutrition. Chapul has cpg branded product lines and wholesales raw materials as a way to leverage the regenerative potential of insect farming globally.