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Journey Foods in the Press

At Journey Foods, we know there’s a better way to approach the future of food. We’re an AI-powered platform that supports product management and data services to help thousands of food businesses save money and create better products efficiently. We’ve sold several thousand units of our inaugural data-driven product line, Journey Bites, with more than 1 million cubes manufactured, which supports our machine learning-based algorithms.

January was big for us. We went live on Amazon, had our first press release, and were featured in a number of articles from well-respected magazines such as Forbes and The Spoon.

We couldn't be more grateful. Truly. We're a team of foodies, explorers, scientists, and entrepreneurs at Journey Foods and we are so excited to recognized. 

We have a mission: to feed the world. To make sustainable sourced, plant-based, innovative, and affordable snacks for all. To educate people on nutrition, health, and food trends.

Our plan is to continue to do this during 2019 and beyond, and part of that journey relies on our ideas and work spreading through media. Here's some of what people have to say about us and the messages we hope to embody as we grow. 

“75% of food comes from only 12 plants and 5 animals, and JourneyFoods wants to change that”

“... today Journey Foods is unveiling a sort of reimagination of the fruit snack; one which is packed with nutrients and also promotes biodiversity.”

“The company has three patents pending on the nutrition biotech that powers their products. They’re also testing out different sugar technologies, so people with dietary restrictions can still eat the Micro Foods.”

“Journey Foods has also created JourneyAI, a platform that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to optimize food production, shelf-stability and affordability. The platform can help identify, catalog and develop unusual and underutilized ingredients.”

“ [Journey Foods] is working to bring in unique species of fruits many people in the US would never have the chance to taste easily, from Cherimoya to baobab, and many more.

“The next generation of snacks - or ‘micro foods’ as Journey Foods founder and former Google entrepreneur in resident Riana Lynn dubs them -- will deliver a greater nutritional bang for your buck thanks to technology enabling companies to identify and source a wider array of nutrient-dense ingredients”

We're beyond excited to show you what we have next and we can't hear what you all have to say about it then.

Thank you.

Stay hungry. Be Well. Eat Better.