We love all our local Good Food and Natural Product brands. This week's Five Local Chicago Brands to Try This Week — a joint feature by SPINS and Naturally Chicago — happens to feature some brands that are already among our best buds.
Refrigerated snack bars. Buckwheat crunch. "Nice cream." High-protein hummus. And fresh foods with global flavors for lil' eaters (and adults!). Meet this week's 5 Brands.
The season — namely the onset of warm summer weather — is the reason for the latest installment of "5 Brands Worth Taking Your Mask Off For This Week," presented by Naturally Chicago and SPINS. These five products from locally based companies are right in line with the [...]
by Shibani Baluja, guest contributor Shibani Baluja is co-founder and CEO of lil’gourmets, and a graduate of the Good Food Accelerator run by FamilyFarmed, also Naturally Chicago's parent non-profit. lil'gourmets creates fresh, delicious, globally-inspired veggie meals that lil'ones (and even adults!) love. Their mission is to cultivate curiosity [...]
Advice to food businesses for weathering the COVID crisis... and an outlook for opportunities in a wellness-focused future... in this webinar video.
Introducing "Five Brands Worth Taking Your Mask Off For This Week," from Naturally Chicago and SPINS. Can Good Food be comfort food? You bet it can!
Finding the right tone for marketing is challenging -- but doable -- during this historic emergency. Get great takeaways from our webinar video.
Led by Accelerator grad Tea Squares, 10 small, local brands are selling variety snack boxes with all profits going to aid hospital workers during the COVID crisis.
The Good Food Accelerator is always searching out companies that offer delicious but healthier alternatives to foods people love. Woman-owned Get Wild fits that profile with its snackable water lily seed puffs.
Nature's Path cereal company is a longtime leader in organic food, and it is also leading in food donations during the COVID crisis.
Naturally Chicago is sharing the stories of businesses who are innovating to weather COVID-19. Linda Yeh-Ostrinsky of Chicago startup Soup Explorers contributed this thoughtful piece.