As the influx continues of businesses pivoting to ecommerce and home delivery services, Oh My Green, a US provider of healthy food for corporations of all sizes, today announces Snack from Home, a service enabling employers to support work-from-home employees with healthy snacks, directly at their homes.
Founded out of the Stanford-StartX Incubator and Y Combinator, the company offers a wellbeing platform that brings nutritious snacks, meals, drinks and wellbeing practices to the workplace through micro-kitchens, micro-markets, catering, and Snack from Home boxes. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Oh My Green works with startups to Fortune 500 companies across a range of industries.
As we reported in 2018, research from Future Market Insights (FMI) showed that the vegan snack market will be worth over US$73 billion by 2028. The segment has seen huge amounts of investment over recent years, last summer for example, Biena Snacks secured $8 million in Series B financing led by MAW Investments. Just this week, Avopuffs were launched in the US with a view to disrupting the $9 billion market for cheese puff style snacks which is now being overtaken by healthy alternatives to classic products such as Cheetos.
Each Snack from Home box is curated by Oh My Green’s team of nutritionists and contains all-natural, non-GMO, organic, sustainable and WELL certified products. The boxes are available in three sizes and contain an assortment of snacks from favorite brands like Dang Foods, GimMe Organics, Beanfields, designed to accommodate a variety of dietary approaches from paleo to vegan.
“We want to continue supporting the wellbeing of employers and their workforce no matter if they are working in an office or from home,” said Michael Heinrich, founder and CEO of Oh My Green. “As the workplace needs continue to evolve during these challenging times, Oh My Green is committed to empowering people to live healthy and blissful lives.”
To further aid companies in their efforts to adapt to the changing workplace, Oh My Green will host a virtual round-table discussion on May 21 with leaders from Clorox and Slack, to discuss how wellness in the workplace may evolve in the coming months. To participate in the “Workplace Wellness in the Age of Covid,” webinar visit, here.