Founded in Brixton and made in Hackney Wick, Snact is a United Kingdom social enterprise that offers fruit jerky made from food surplus. What ever is fruit jerky, you ask? We promise there is no meat involved.
The Snact Instagram account -- a real gem -- is a proud champion of the "ugly fruit" movement which attempts to show that just because something can't sell aesthetically on the shelves of a brand name supermarket doesn't mean that it's not good (and good for you). This is real food that we're talking about. And Snact knows the value of a good brand. Its minimalist and to-the-point packaging will take it far.
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Snact Uses Surplus Food to Create Healthy Snacks Kids Will Love
1. Fruit Jerky - Creating fruit jerky products from food surplus presents an opportunity for innovative and sustainable snack options.
2. Ugly Fruit Movement - The movement to utilize aesthetically imperfect fruits in food production opens up new possibilities for reducing food waste and promoting food sustainability.
3. Minimalist Packaging - The rise of minimalist and to-the-point packaging designs offers a disruptive innovation opportunity for brands seeking to stand out in the crowded snack market.
1. Social Enterprises - Social enterprises like Snact exemplify the potential for businesses to address social and environmental issues while providing unique food products.
2. Food Waste Management - The creation of fruit jerky products from food surplus highlights the potential for innovative solutions in the food waste management industry.
3. Snack Industry - The emergence of fruit jerky products presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for companies in the snack industry looking to offer healthier and more sustainable options.