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Julia Collin's Moonshot Snacks Make Their Way Into Retailers And E-Commerce Platforms

The nation’s first climate-friendly snack brand could soon become more accessible for Americans. Certified WBENC woman-owned business and BIPOC-founded and owned brand, Moonshot, has announced that it’s expanding its distribution. Its signature crackers are now available for purchase through several value-aligned retailers both in-stores and online, including Bubble, Goldune, and New Leaf, reports 69 News. Created by Planet FWD , Moonshot is made with the planet’s health in mind.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Moonshot (@moonshotsnacks) “We’re thrilled to grow the reach of our climate-friendly food movement with retailers that consumers already rely on to uphold their sustainability standards,” shared Julia Collins , founder, and CEO of Moonshot in a statement. “We recognize that the power of our impact cannot be achieved by any one brand alone and look forward to the continued growth of this movement through trusted retail partners.” Research reveals that the...

Apr 8, 2021

Julia Collins' Planet FWD Secures Over $2.5M in Funding, Launches Company's First Snack Brand

Planet FWD is a climate-friendly food startup that specializes in developing a regenerative food platform. According to TechCrunch, Planet FWD — founded by Zume co-founder, Julia Collins —  just launched its first product, Moonshot Snacks, a climate-friendly plant-based, kosher, organic, carbon-neutral snack that has no added sugar.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Julia Collins (@juliaecollins) In addition to the new product, Planet FWD also announced an additional $2.5 million in funding led by Concrete Rose, MCJ Collective, Arlan Hamilton, and Emerson Collective, as well as existing investors which includes January Ventures, Kapor Capital, and BBG Ventures, among others. The funding is in addition to the $2.7 million already raised by the startup earlier this year. “We want to engage customers and show them they have the power to address climate change just with the way we eat,” Collins told TechCrunch. “We can use our food choices as a way to promote better farm...

Dec 11, 2020