Pulp Pantry 'reinvents junk food staples' with upcycled ingredients
Pitch slam finalist Pulp Pantry uses 50% upcycled ingredients (the fibrous pulp left over after juicing celery and kale, and okara flour - a byproduct of tofu production) to form the base of its grain-free veggie chips, which launched last month and contain 4-5g fiber per serving.
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