EverGrain, Bright Future Foods collaborate on sustainable oat- and barley-based foods


EverGrain and Bright Future Foods are collaborating to create sustainable and climate-positive food solutions.


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EverGrain (St. Louis, MO) and Bright Future Foods (St. Louis, MO) are collaborating to create sustainable and climate-positive food solutions and further building on Bright Future Foods’ climate-positive snack launch, Airly Oat Cloud Crackers. Products developed within the climate-positive collaborative will be formulated using EverGrain’s circularly sourced barley protein and fiber and Bright Future Foods’ climate-positive oats. 

“We are thrilled to partner with Bright Future Foods on reimagining the food supply chain and developing products that are nutritious great tasting and sustainable,” said EverGrain CEO Greg Belt, in a press release. “They are pioneering new ways to help address climate change through food, and we are proud to partner with them on that journey.” 

EverGrain uses innovative processes that make its barley-based ingredients a sustainable plant protein and fiber sources. Bright Future Foods’ snacks are made with greenhouse-gas-removing grains and targeted sustainable agriculture practices.

“This collaboration allows us both to leverage our deep-rooted knowledge in agriculture and food processing to pioneer creative and sustainable new solutions for tackling the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges,” siad Bright Future Foods’ CEO, Mark Izzo, in a press release. 

The collaboration comes less than a month after a nearly $100 million investment from Anheuser-Busch into the St. Louis community, transforming the historic Stockhouse 10 building on Anheuser-Busch’s St. Louis campus into EverGrain's North American headquarters.

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