Brad’s Plant Based Snacks originated with the intention of creating alternatives to traditional snacks for those who wanted to embrace a plant-based diet but who simply had no delicious, convenient options.
It is well-known that plant-based diets can help lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart-disease. Plant-based diets are also sustainable and have a lower environmental impact than meat-based diet by using less water and generating minimal-to-none greenhouse-gas emissions. Snacking with Purpose means caring for yourself and the earth.
Our CEO, Arthur Pergament, has a profound calling to take plant-based raw snacking mainstream. As a single father of four and a corporate executive, he was living a high-pressured life, which took a heavy toll on his health. Even though he was exercising and keeping his weight in check, in 2009 he felt ill and collapsed during his daily run. He was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with liver failure. As part of his treatment, Arthur’s doctor recommended a raw, plant-based diet to speed up the healing process. After nine months on this regiment Arthur’s health was completely restored and he felt and looked better then ever.
Having this profound personal experience, Arthur began looking to invest in companies that promoted healthy snacks. When he came across Brad’s Plant Based Foods, he knew that it was a company he wanted to be a part of because it offered the highest quality raw snacks on the market. Today, he supports the company’s growth and is on a mission to bring Brad’s Plant Based snacks to everyone looking to live a healthy life.
At Brad’s Plant Based Foods, we know that nature is an intrinsic part of a balanced human experience. Nature gives us foods that have the enzymes and nutrients we need to thrive, but we must also give back to nature. That’s why we only use ingredients from farms that protect the environment, preserve natural resources, and support biodiversity. By eating snacks from Brad’s Plant Based Foods, you’ll be snacking with the purpose of supporting sustainable agriculture.