Making It Work: Surviving the crisis with a blend of healthy snacks

Snack Farm has been bruised by the pandemic, but shifting its focus is helping it to survive and thrive

12th July, 2020
Making It Work: Surviving the crisis with a blend of healthy snacks
Pádraig Staunton, founder of Snack Farm: The company has changed from delivering its product to offices to delivering to home workers instead

One year after its launch in the Irish market, Snack Farm has shifted its focus from workplaces to households, delivering healthy snacks to home-workers around the country.

The start-up began trading in June 2019, selling a range of trail mix-style snacks to big employers such as Google, LinkedIn, Hubspot and Citrix. Following the closure of offices around the country in March, Pádraig Staunton, its founder, had a “mountain of stock” and no one to sell...

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