Live Free Foods, a gut-health food startup specializing in the creation and distribution of Low FODMAP certified foods, announced today that Walton Clark, a former Director of Marketing at Unilever has joined the team as COO and an equity partner. Walton managed brands such as Wish-Bone, Ragu, Bertolli, and Lipton. He brings his passion for healthy eating, along with considerable experience marketing and launching products in the condiment space to Live Free Foods.
With over 20 years of experience in the complex food and beverage industry, Walton knows he will give Live Free Foods a strong leg up on being a leader in the growing Low FODMAP market. “Building brands is not about the size of the company,” Walton says, “but finding real consumer problems and bringing solutions. Live Free Foods is on the forefront of a great opportunity.”
Scot Savarese, founder of Live Free Foods is excited to welcome Walton to the founding team, where he knows his expertise will be invaluable to the success of the company and the growth of the Low FODMAP market. One of Walton’s primary goals upon joining the Live Free Foods’ team is to assist in fundraising a seed round of financing.
Live Free Foods creates Low FODMAP certified grocery products for people suffering from IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Low FODMAP is growing diet trend, which has been clinically proven to effectively manage the symptoms of functional gastrointestinal disorders, like IBS, which and estimated 1 in 7 Americans suffer from. Live Free Foods is the perfect fusion of clinical nutritional sciences and irresistible everyday foods. Every product is vetted by registered dietitians, lab tested to be FODMAP Friendly, and tastes as good or better than leading brands. Live Free Foods is poised to be the premier partner for those suffering from digestive disease through its community engagement, educational content, and products.
About Live Free Foods
Live Free Foods (www.eatlivefree.com) is a gut-health focused food brand, aimed at providing support and range of delicious, Low FODMAP certified products for the 46 million Americans suffering from IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome.