As an alternative to making its healthy granola products with a base of oats, Pulp Pantry uses only the leftover pulp from fruit and vegetable juices. Because of this, its grain-free, gluten-free granolas are extremely nourishing and packed with the natural pulp from carrots, beets, apples and more. Alongside these fruit and vegetable ingredients, Pulp Pantry also includes organic coconut oil, nuts and peanut butter to help bind the clumps together.
The pulp that is used by Pulp Pantry is upcycled from local juice businesses, which calls for the products to be freshly made in small batches.
Many food and beverage brands are creating new products that focus on creatively reusing "ugly" pieces of produce and edible scraps that would ordinarily go unused and regarded as waste.
Pulp Pantry Makes Grain-Free, Healthy Granola with Fruit and Vegetable Pulp
1. Upcycled Food - Pulp Pantry's use of leftover fruit and vegetable pulp in their granola products showcases the trend of creatively reusing food scraps and reducing waste.
2. Grain-free Granola - Pulp Pantry's granolas, made without oats and using only pulp, taps into the trend of grain-free and gluten-free options for health-conscious consumers.
3. Sustainable Packaging - As Pulp Pantry focuses on upcycling, the trend of sustainable packaging becomes an opportunity for businesses to align their brand values with eco-friendly alternatives.
1. Food and Beverage - The upcycled food trend creates disruptive innovation opportunities for both established and emerging brands in the food and beverage industry.
2. Health and Wellness - The grain-free granola trend opens up opportunities for companies in the health and wellness industry to cater to the growing demand for alternative, nutritious snacks.
3. Packaging and Sustainability - The focus on sustainable packaging presents disruptive innovation opportunities for companies in the packaging industry to develop eco-friendly solutions that resonate with conscious consumers.