Canadian-made keto snack company expands to U.S.
Love Good Fats Co., the Canadian breakout snack innovation, today announced that it's on the move to U.S. store shelves.
Focused on responding to customer demand for delicious snacks that feature high-fat, low sugar, low carbohydrate diet, the Love Good Fats Co. is wrapping its first full year having tripled its sales in each quarter of 2018. Major retailers are embracing its innovation and the company's sales reinforce customer enthusiasm.
"We are overwhelmed and grateful to our fans for what we've achieved in year one," said Suzie Yorke, founder and CEO, The Good Fat Co. Ltd., in a press release. "We're thrilled that following amazing sales online and in stores across Canada that we'll be in Whole Food stores in the U.S. as of January 2019. To be listed in all 486 stores with availability on Amazon.com, well, we couldn't have imagined a more robust introduction to U.S. consumers."
"We think the food pyramid is upside down," said Yorke. "As I shifted my eating to include more good fats and a lot less sugar, I quickly realized there was no tasty grab-and-go snack. So, we created delicious Keto-friendly bars and the response has been incredible."
In its first year, Love Good Fats expanded its snack bar selection to include six varieties, including two delicious plant-based bars that launch later this month. All the products include the right mix of good fats and protein – with very little sugar – and fit into a Keto lifestyle. Consumer demand for low sugar, high-fat, moderate protein products is growing, and Love Good Fats is at the forefront in recognizing the important and fact-based role that products like this can play in a healthy diet.
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