Meet the Food Revolutionaries
Chobani Food Incubator's Inaugural Class
Banza takes the foods that people love and makes them better by using more nutritious ingredients. Their first product is a high protein, lower carb pasta made from chickpeas. Banza is in 4500 stores, and according to Nielsen is the fastest growing brand of pasta. Banza was named by TIME Magazine as one of the Top 25 inventions of 2015.
Jar Goods is a line of fine small batch specialty foods intended to make meal preparation easier for the busy but discerning home cook. Their goal is to offer superior quality pantry staples made with natural ingredients across many grocery categories: a grocery disruptor.
Chops is a beef jerky company shaking up the norms of jerky - theirs is tender, moist, all-natural, and high-quality beef. Chops doesn't settle for average. They only use all-natural premium beef brisket and 100% natural spices topped off with a royal hand-crafted creation process from their head chef.
Cissé is a responsible cocoa company. They source their cocoa from small scale farmers in the Dominican Republic and offer consumers a traceable supply chain. Cissé is working to leverage their buying power to maximize impact on farmer livelihoods. They make indulgent treats that do good. Cissé is hiring!
Kettle & Fire is America's first grass-fed, shelf stable bone broth. With the goal of helping people improve their health and their lives, Kettle & Fire makes sure to use only grass-fed bones and organic ingredients to make their nutritious bone broth.
MISFIT makes cold-pressed juice from MISFIT fruits and veggies: produce that's perfectly delicious but would get wasted otherwise because it's the wrong size, shape, or color to be sold at retail. In doing so, they're tackling the 20 billion pounds of produce that go unharvested or unsold every year in the U.S. MISFIT is hiring!