Editor Elettra Wiedemann wrote an article called “This Is What You Should Be Eating Before and After a Workout.” Featured in the article are competitive athlete’s who share their healthy snack secrets. USA Olympic Figure Skater Team Maia & Alex Shibutani said “Recently we started bringing dried chickpeas with us. They are a great source of protein, and the company, The Good Bean, has a variety of flavors.”
The Good Bean Won #10 in the Fastest Growing Businesses in the Bay Area, San Francisco Business Times mentions!
San Francisco Business Times mentions The Good Bean made Bay Area’s 100 fastest-growing private companies of 2015. Editor Julia Cooper of BizTalk said “Meet the 2015 Class of the Fast 100, the San Francisco Business Times annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the Bay Area. Collectively, the 100 companies that made the List exhibited an impressive median revenue growth rate of 123 percent over the past three years. During that time, the companies collectively added 5,100 jobs.” The Good Bean ranked Top 10 businesses and later received an award for reaching #10 out #100 Fastest Growing Private Companies at the award gala. Great Job!
The Good Bean Jalepeno Cheddar Chips in Greatist!
Editor Rose Minutaglio said “These chips have a lot of good in them: a base of chickpeas, navy beans, red lentils, and pea protein, plus brown rice, sweet potatoes, and quinoa. That adds up to a little more fiber and protein than regular potato chips. Vermont cheddar cheese and jalapeño peppers make them addictively cheesy and spicy—like, really spicy, so be warned. Like Beanitos, these have an added stabilizer: tapioca starch, which is ground-up cassava plant root.” If you are not a fan of spicy chips they offer 4 other tasty flavors for your taste buds.
The Good Bean Chickpeas mention on POPSUGAR!
Editor Leta Shy said DJ, model, and all-around It girl Hannah Bronfman loves The Good Bean Chickpeas. Hannah told editor Leta Shy The Good Bean Roasted Chickpea Snacks: To satisfy crunchy cravings, she reaches for these protein-packed snacks. With as much protein as almonds and lots of fiber as well, they’re a healthier option than chips. “So good!” she said.
We are in Inc. 5000 Again! Top 9 back to School Snacks!
The Good Bean was ranked #2 out of 9 recommended Top back to school necessities. Reporter Zoe Henry said “Luckily, the entrepreneurs behind the 2015 Inc. 5000 (our annual list of the fastest-growing, private businesses in America) are creating cutting-edge products that will make the back-to-school experience look creative and trendy. We went through the list of companies to highlight the campus products.” The Good bean made #2 For the lunch bag leading snack.
Inc. 5000 Ranks The Good Bean as one of the Top 50 Growing Business in America!
The Good bean was ranked 15 out of 50 women lead growing businesses in America. Editor Elaine Godfrey said “Small businesses account for almost all job creation in America, and more entrepreneurs can mean better economic opportunities for everyone. This year, 50 ambitious and confident women CEOs continue to affirm that entrepreneurship is a task for both genders. We’ve compiled a list of the top 50 fastest-growing female-led companies in America, from IT to architectural services.”
People Magazine Mentions Roasted Chickpeas in Hungry Girl: Top 5 Beach Snacks!
Lisa Lillien is the author of the popular Hungry Girl website and email newsletter, featuring smart, funny advice on guilt-free eating. Lisa picked The Good Bean Roasted Chickpea Snacks as one of her top 5 beach snacks. Editor Lisa Lillien said “Crunchy munchies are the ultimate snack, but pretzels and potato chips aren’t exactly filling. Roasted or freeze-dried beans, on the other hand, pack satisfying protein and fiber. “
Roasted Chickpea was mentioned on Redbookmag.com for Top 50 Fiber Dietary Snack!
Redbookmag.com picked 50 Fiber-Filled Foods that are the Weight Loss Trick You’ve Been Looking For. Top 50 Fiber-Filled In place of greasy, low-fiber chips are the Roasted Chickpeas. Editor Blatner prefers roasted garbanzo beans. “The sea salt flavor includes just beans, salt, and a hint of oil to connect the two.” The Good Bean offers other savory flavors to choose from that are equally packed with fiber for dietary needs.
The New York Times features Roasted Chickpeas!
The New York Times featured Roasted Chickpeas in their New, Healthy and Portable Snack Options for Travelers Article. Editor Shivani Vora said “The chickpea-centric company the Good Bean makes seven flavors of dried and roasted chickpeas like sea salt and Thai coconut lemongrass. They’re high in protein and fiber and packaged in resealable bags.” The Good Bean offers multiple travel size options for your every need. The 2.5oz chickpea bags and 0.75oz chickpea bags are perfect for your traveling needs. The Good Bean also offers Fruit and No-Nut Bars for a quick on-the-go snack.
Roasted Chickpeas made #6 on Today Show!
The Today show ranked their Top 8 Gluten-Free Snacks. Chickpeas ranked #6 this year. Editor Lauren Salkeld said “Naturally gluten-free, The Good Bean Chickpea Snacks offer an easy way to fuel up on both protein and fiber. They make a great on-the-go snack but can also be sprinkled over salads or vegetables dishes to add nutrition and crunch.”