ZEGO is crowdsourcing recipe development.
ZEGO, the nutrient-rich food company for people who need to be careful about what they eat, does it again. This time, they are bringing the crowdsourcing to your kitchen. (see link for full information)
The winners will help name the flavor, be featured on the ZEGO website, and receive $500 per recipe chosen for production. As many as four recipes will be chosen. In addition, up to four runners up will receive $100 each and become part of the tasting team for the new flavors.
Here you can read DietarySupplementNews.com previous review: Zego Where I Go!
Great idea ZEGO!
Gluten Free, hear that alot these days?
What about food allergies and trying to be sugar free!
More and more awareness of what we eat is prominent and creating some perfect snacks that mght be all that!
ZEGO bars are brand new allergy-friendly energy bars that are delicious and nutritious. They are called “A HIGHER BAR” because they combine the following: No Gluten, no nuts, no soy and no dairy, 10g of protein in every bar, but not a lot of sugar. They are vegan, made from organic sunflower seeds, and come in two delicious flavors – Chocolate with a cacao nib crunch, and Sunflower with a hint of caramel. ZEGO bars are great for anyone with food allergies, parents looking for a healthy snack for their kids, athletes outdoors and in the gym, busy adults in the workplace, and anyone on the go.
ZEGO was founded by Jonathan Shambroom, a competitive athlete and seven-time technology startup veteran, and Colleen Kavanagh, a pioneering child nutrition advocate and parent. Jonathan and Colleen started ZEGO in response to the increasing need for nutritious and convenient, protein-rich snacks that will not trigger food sensitivities or cause digestive problems. ZEGO is also committed to giving back to the community, and contributes 20% of profits to Campaign for Better Nutrition, a charity devoted to improving nutrition for low income children.