|Press Contact||Liz Chatfield|
Launched in 2010, Quinn is known for making crazy delicious and totally craveable pretzels and microwave popcorn using only 100% REAL, simple ingredients and kicking artificial ingredients and unpronounceables to the curb.
Quinn delivered the 1st microwave popcorn in a patented PURE POP bag® made of compostable paper free of chemicals, plastic and heat conducting susceptors and made with only REAL ingredients and organic kernels; the 1st pretzels on the market made with whole grain, naturally gluten-free sorghum; the 1st gluten-free peanut butter filled pretzel nuggets, and the 1st and only grain-free, paleo pretzel chips.
Quinn is dedicated to sustainability. Quinn’s ‘Be Better. Do Better. ™’ initiative is a commitment to support and seek out agricultural partners who would like to take steps to improve their practices, thereby improving our food supply and environment. Quinn is also committed to transparency and backs it up with their Farm to Bag™ initiative which gives details about their ingredients, growers and suppliers right on their website.
Quinn is available nationwide in over 6500 retail locations including Whole Foods, Walmart, Kroger and online through Amazon and Thrive Market.
Kristy Lewis, Founder/CEO, of Quinn, set out on a mission to clean up her favorite childhood snack, microwave popcorn. While pregnant with her first son, she learned what was in all of the microwave brands on the market, and after much trial and error, Kristy (not an inventor) patented a revolutionary PURE POP® bag, the first and only microwave popcorn bag to be completely stripped of all PFOA's, PFC's and plastic coatings. Yeah, you didn’t know all that yucky stuff was in there, did you?
Since Quinn’s start, Kristy has been a passionate advocate for advancing agriculture towards more sustainable practices and bringing transparency into our food system. "For the past 10 years, I've been on a mission to revolutionize food. Quinn has pushed me to learn everything I can about agriculture, farmers, packaged food, this planet, how they connect, and why it all matters,” says Lewis.
Kristy LewisFounder / CEO
A growing number of food companies, particularly smaller brands, are connecting with regenerative farmers to produce high-quality, nutrient dense foods, while helping to build markets for regenerative crops and supporting the farmers.