Well Prepared Beneful Meals

Just when you thought there was no new additions to the Beneful brand, Purina is at it again. This time Purina brings you Beneful Prepared Meals. Beneful Prepared Meals vary from other offerings in the Beneful family such as the Beneful products based with whole grains. Unlike the whole grain based renditions of Beneful, the Beneful Prepared Meals are cooked meals like the ones humans eat at dinner time. Like all of Beneful’s products, the Beneful Prepared Meals are full of flavor. The delicious meal will have your dog in a state of Euphoria. In a dog’s world Beneful Prepared Meals are gourmet dishes. Though a little more expensive, the Beneful Prepared Meals are still cheap enough to fit in a typical pet owner’s budget. Usually they start at $10 on up. For pet owners looking to buy Beneful Prepared Meals in bulk, they are available on sites such as amazon.com and ebay.com. Also, Beneful Prepared Meals do not lack in nutrition. Beneful Prepared Meals are sure to leave your dog with a bunch of energy and overall good health. In addition, Beneful Prepared Meals come in many flavors such as chicken, turkey, and beef. These also are the most favored flavors. See how that rhymed? When it comes to ingredients, you know Beneful only uses the real deal. Beneful Prepared Meals are no exception to the rule. Beneful Prepared Meals can be found at most of the retailers other Beneful products can be found. These well known retailers include Walmart, Target, etc.

 

Nathaniel Ru: The Co-founder of Sweetgreen

A writer from Tech Insider became an instant fan of Sweetgreen, when this fast-growing salad chain opened a new branch two blocks from his office. At first he was a little hesitant to jump into the bandwagon when his friends heaped superlatives about the restaurant. However, after his first try, he understood why people endure the long lines in the same way that obsessed customers line up for a new iPhone.

 

He said it was delicious, describing the wonderful combination of a tangy dressing over vibrant lettuce enhanced by great-tasting cheese crumbles. This Tech Insider threw his full support for Sweetgreen after realizing that he did not have the same experience with other restaurants that serve the same type of lunch salad, and that is not going hungry 45 minutes after eating.

 

Great tasting and reasonably priced healthy alternative to burger and fries made Sweetgreen an instant hit in four metropolitan areas. It started in Washington, DC in the year 2007. A few years later it expanded to New York, California, Boston, and Chicago.

 

Nathaniel Ru, the co-founder of Sweetgreen hatched the idea of developing a healthy eating option while he was still a student at Georgetown University. Ru a first generation immigrant shared the reason for the company’s astounding success, and he said that choosing the right location and timing the opening of a new branch are critical factors. He said the decision to open the first Sweetgreen store located at 28th and Broadway was due to the need to create a distinction, as well as to distance itself from other fast casual dining places that dotted New York’s 23rd street.

 

Ru pointed to Kevin Plank, Under Armour’s CEO as one of the business leaders he admired the most, and he said that a company should stand for something beyond products and services.

 

Without a doubt Ru like Under Armour’s business model, but a quick tour of Sweetgreen’s New York branches reminds first time visitors of an Apple store that succeeds in the seamless integration of top notch one-on-one service and cutting edge technology.

 

Those who wanted a more traditional approach to ordering their lunch salads stands in line for an average 15 minute wait period. When it is their turn to order, they will talk to a team member who will walk them through the whole process, which takes about two to three minutes to complete. It seems not a big deal to spend precious time in order to eat healthy. However, those who do not have the luxury of time can download the Sweetgreen app into their smartphones, they can order using the said app, skip the long lines, and go straight to a pick up area.

 

Ru said that everything you will see in a Sweetgreen store is the byproduct of service design – he said it is the combined effect of storytelling, technology, and store design for the purpose of selling a product in a personalized way without sacrificing quality and efficiency.

 

Mr. Ru co-founded Sweetgreen with fellow Georgetown alumni Nicholas Jammet and Jonathan Neman. He is the son of immigrants. He holds a BS in Finance degree from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Three months after his graduation from the said university, he and his friends created a startup that has now expanded into six states. In 2010, Ru, Jammet, and Neman launched Sweetlife, a music and food festival that attracts twenty thousand people. This is a testament to Ru’s belief that it is important to create food that fits your values, imagination, and community.

 

Hippeas: Livio Bistro’s Approach to Snacking

 

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The flavored organic chickpea puffs known as Hippeas began as a twinkle in the eye of Livio Bisterzo as he started planning on making the world a better place for snackers.

 

Bisterzo is the CEO of Green Park Brands, the innovative food company that is behind the production of Hippeas. He founded the company in 2015 with the desire to improve the food industry world and society overall by creating better, healthier snacks. His idea was to create something that would have both a positive and lasting social and cultural impact.

 

Hippeas are Bisterzo’s first step toward achieving that goal. He designed them in such a way to be good for snackers, farmers, and the Earth. This three-fold approach has worked well for the snack so far.

 

The first part deals with making Hippeas good for those who eat them. They’re open to many different kinds of snackers due to the fact that they are gluten-free, vegan and kosher. Additionally, each of the six flavors has less than 100 calories per pack. They’re good for the snackers, and they come in a variety of flavors to make them appeal to snacker’s tastebuds too.

 

The second part of Bisterzo’s approach is making the snack good for those who grow and make it. He created the slogan “Peas, Love & Giving Back” to approach this. Bisterzo used the mission behind this slogan to partner with the charity Farm Africa. Hippeas helps support farmers in eastern Africa by assisting them with getting out of poverty.

 

The final part of Bisterzo’s approach is making sure that the snack itself contributes to the health of the world instead of contributing to its destruction. In order to accomplish this, Bisterzo purposefully picked chickpeas to make his snack from. They release nitrogen back into the Earth, which in turn helps maintain a balance on the farms on which they’re grown.

 

These three parts of Bisterzo’s plan work together to create a product that is more than just a product. It is, instead, an activist movement. What all started as a twinkle in this man’s eye, is slowly but surely changing the world for the better.