Longmont foodmaker finds space on his shelves

Future Fit Foods LLC has put its Suppas line of dried soup ingredients on shelves with placement at Bricks Retail in Longmont and Organic Sandwich Co. in Boulder.

Soup vendor Paloma López with products at Bricks Retail in Longmont. (Future Fit Foods LLC / Courtesy Photo)

According to a press release, the locations in Denver are next. Ingredient pouches started selling online this year. Future Fit was formed in November, according to a record with the Secretary of State.

The products are described in the press release as “instantly fresh plant-based soups … delivering a flavorful, plant-based nutrient package in convenient everyday mini-meals.” Individual items include those that contain ingredients and flavors from the Southern United States, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific.

The bags are “made from industrial compostable materials with high barrier properties to preserve food” and prevent waste. Past media coverage has highlighted the benefits of “not shipping water” as part of the product’s sustainability and its nature-based appeal.

The company was co-founded by Paloma López and Sean Ansett. López has built food lines in Battle Creek, Mich., Kellogg Co., including Kashi and MorningStar Farms. Ansett is president of Boulder-based sustainability consultant At Stake Advisors Ltd.

Both have work, training and volunteer experience overseas and some of the earliest media coverage of Future Fit Foods came from the UK.

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