GREENFIELD INCORPORATED, the company offering Robots-as-a-Service to broadacre farmers and delivering regenerative agriculture ingredients at scale, announced a new consumer packaged goods (CPG) partnership with regenerative, plant-based baking mix company Snacktivist Foods. Through this partnership, GREENFIELD will supply grain sorghum, one of Snacktivist Food’s primary ingredients, utilizing GREENFIELD’s F2F© | FLEET-TO-FARM BOTony™ WeedBot, which significantly reduces the need for broadleaf herbicides in broadacre agricultural applications.
GREENFIELD’s latest partnership is the company’s second CPG deal within one month, and also comes on the heels of a successful funding round, further demonstrating the growing demand for chemical-free, carbon-negative, and nutrient-dense ingredients.
“This partnership moves us into the market of human food as we continue to reduce – and eventually eliminate – chemicals from agriculture,” said Clint Brauer, GREENFIELD INCORPORATED CEO. “We’re thrilled to partner with a like-minded company like Snacktivist Foods that is also working to reimagine our food systems.”
Snacktivist Foods, which also recently finalized a successful funding round, is a woman-owned, B-corp food brand specializing in nutritious, plant-based, allergen-free, and dry baking mixes that incorporate ancient grains such as teff, millet, and sorghum from regenerative growers. In addition to its existing line of mixes – waffle, brownie, bread, cookie, and more – the brand expects to soon launch additional lines of sorghum-based snacks.
“This partnership reinforces our commitment to changing the world one bite at a time through delicious, healthy, and regeneratively-farmed baking mixes,” said Joni Kindwall-Moore, Snacktivist Foods CEO. “We’re proud to continue contributing to the agricultural shift away from GMO and mono-crop farming by leveraging industry leaders, like GREENFIELD, and sustainable crops, like sorghum.”
As part of this partnership, Snacktivist Foods joins the list of companies that are among the first to utilize GREENFIELD’s upcoming GrassBot™, which is currently in development to completely eliminate the need for herbicides in no-till broadacre food production.