Eat Well is a fully integrated plant-based seed-to-market company with a simple yet vital goal, to ensure people worldwide “Eat Well.”
With over 20 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, Marc has worked on some of the world’s most successful CPG brands, like PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP), owned Gatorade and Quaker Oats. Marc also spent a portion of his career working at the multi-national nutrition company Glanbia PLC (LON: GLB) (OTC: GLAPY). During his time with Glanbia, Marc was responsible for leading multiple brands in nearly two dozen product categories to over $1 billion in retail sales.
Marc has parlayed the wealth of knowledge and experience gained throughout his career into Eat Well. Under his leadership, the company expects to grow its sales significantly over the next few years.
While you might not be aware, many of you reading this article are probably already a customer of Eat Well’s products. From its renowned B2B partner roster to its emergent eCommerce channels and brick & mortar relationships, Eat Well’s proteins, starches, and fibres are now common ingredients in many everyday CPG products (not just vegan). These products include crackers, snacks, pasta, bread, plant-based meats, milk and other beverages.
Eat Well’s mission is to maximize shareholder value via its partnerships with tier-one white-label opportunities. The company currently sells to customers in over 50 countries globally. As the cornerstone of its business, the company aims to bring about transformational change at scale via strategic B2B sales relationships, with many of Eat Well’s existing worldwide relationships going back decades.
Eat Well came into being thanks to the company’s successful acquisition of Belle Pulses, a leading pulse crop processor and food technology company Sapientia Technology.
Belle Pulses sources raw pulses from local farmers and processes them into commercial food ingredients at their industry-leading facilities in Canada’s breadbasket, Saskatchewan. A pulse is a legume that is processed and treated like a grain. The company’s ingredients are sold to plant-based protein companies in 50 countries worldwide, including Nestle (SWX: NESN) (OTC: NSRGY), Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND).
Sapientia Technology specializes in developing technologies that process and form pulse proteins into plant-based snacks and meat analogues. The company is led by Dr. Eugenio Bortone, who has a Ph.D. in Food Engineering. Dr. Bortone has been in the CPG foods industry for over two decades, has over 25 issued patents and even invented the Twisted Cheeto during his time at FritoLay. The Frito-Lay brand is owned by PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP).
Eat Well Investment Group is publicly traded in North American and Europe, with shares of the company’s stock quickly becoming a hot commodity. Canadian investors can find Eat Well shares listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the ticker symbol “EWG.” In the United States, the company’s shares trade on the OTC Markets Exchange (OTC) under the symbol “EWGFF.” In addition, European investors will find Eat Well shares listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol “6BC0.”
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