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Planet FWD Garners Additional Funding, Unveils “Climate-Friendly” Crackers

December 10, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The San Francisco-based food startup founded by Zume co-founder Julia Collins has unveiled its first product, the “climate-friendly” crackers called Moonshot Snacks. The crackers are carbon neutral, organic, kosher, plant-based, non-GMO, and contain no added sugar. Available in sourdough sea salt, rosemary garlic, and tomato basil, a box costs $5.99. The company also announced an additional $2.5 million in funding led by Emerson Collective, Concrete Rose, MCJ Collective, and Arlan Hamilton, as well as existing investors, including BBG Ventures, January Ventures and Kapor Capital, among others. The company raised $2.7 million earlier this year. Collins says she hopes her success in climate-friendly foods will would encourage more farmers to implement regenerative agriculture practices.
Megan Rose Dickey, "With another $2.5 million in funding, Julia Collins’ Planet FWD launches climate-friendly snack brand", Tech Crunch, December 10, 2020, © Verizon Media
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