In a Cup Extends Company’s Mission to Provide Families with Access to
OAKLAND, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Revolution
Foods, a leader in high-quality, accessible food for families across
America, announced the launch of In a Cup! ™, the first healthy,
convenient, kid-friendly, noodle-based meal available in the
refrigerated lunchbox section. In a Cup extends the company’s
growing line of healthy, affordable, on-the-go meals and snacks, and for
the first time makes noodles available in a delicious, convenient, clean
label product that can be taken to school or eaten on the go.
Founded by two moms on a mission to create the next generation of
healthy eaters, Revolution Foods is uniquely positioned to understand
what kids want – it is the only K-12 school meals provider serving
fresh, all natural meals to students across the country, that also has a
line of healthy meal solutions available in grocery. The company created In
a Cup with custom recipes based on the insights gleaned from serving
1.5 million school meals to across the country each week.
“Kids love noodles – they are consistently in the most popular meals
across our school menus – but we realized there was a void in the
category when it came to convenient on-the-go options,” said Kristin
Groos Richmond, CEO and co-founder of Revolution Foods. “In a Cup was
hand-crafted by our chefs to give families a nutritious, delicious,
clean label noodle meal that they can easily pack for lunch and feel
Available across more than 400 Target stores as well as in Safeway,
Albertsons and HEB starting in August, In a Cup offers:
Kid Favorite Flavors: In a Cup is available in three
delicious flavors – Spaghetti Marinara, Sesame Noodles and Thai-Style
Satay Rice Noodles (gluten free and peanut free) – ensuring there’s
something for everyone.
Ultimate Convenience: Designed to be enjoyed on-the-go, In a
Cup does not require added water and can be enjoyed hot or cold.
It even comes with a spork, making it easy to eat anytime, anywhere.
For those who prefer noodles warmed, the cup is BPA free and
Nutritional Value: In a Cup includes real vegetables,
offers 8 to 10 grams of protein per serving, and 12 to 20 percent of
daily fiber values.
- Clean Ingredients: No artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners.
As with all Revolution Foods products, one percent of retail sales will
be donated back to schools through the company’s “Feeding Good Fund”
which provides grants to schools who need equipment to serve freshly
prepared meals to their students.
“Three years ago we created our retail product line in response to
feedback from parents and teachers about the need for healthy,
convenient meals and snacks that could keep students and families
nourished throughout the day,” said Kirsten Saenz Tobey, co-founder and
chief impact officer at Revolution Foods. “We are deeply committed to
finding innovative ways to satisfy the growing demand for healthy meal
solutions. In a Cup is disrupting a tired category and is a step
forward in our goal of fueling today’s families with the nutrition they
need to excel tomorrow.”
For more information about Revolution Foods please visit: www.revolutionfoods.com.
About Revolution Foods
in 2006 by two moms on a mission to transform the way America eats,
Revolution Foods set out to solve the problem of limited access to
healthy meals. The company’s innovative approach began with serving
freshly prepared, healthy meals to students in schools nationwide, and
the company is now serving over 1.5 million school meals every week in
15 states. Parent and kid demand for Revolution Foods products inspired
the company to expand to the grocery store aisles and the company now
offers a full line of healthy, ready-to-eat, on-the-go meals and snacks
to nourish families throughout the day. Revolution Foods meals and
snacks can be found in more than 4,000 grocery stores nationwide,
including Whole Foods, Safeway, Sprouts, Walmart, VONS and Raley’s.
Revolution Foods believes in bringing things full circle – 1 percent of
retail sales are donated back to schools through the company’s ‘Feeding
Good Fund’ which provides grants to schools who need equipment to serve
freshly prepared meals to their students. Revolution Foods was listed in
2015 among Fast Company’s 50 Most Innovative Companies.
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