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ColoradoBiz: Is millet the the next quinoa?

Sure, Colorado is the highest state in terms of mean elevation and sees the most skier days and has the highest per-capita economic impact from craft brewing. But one superlative flies under the radar in the Centennial State: growing proso millet. Proso millet is a drought-resistant grass that produces a...

The Beet - Sharing a RollinGreens New Year's Eve Appetizer Recipe

New Year's Eve is just a day away and we're celebrating new memories and beginnings with healthier-for-you recipes to feel your best in 2021. Whether you're hosting a small get-together with loved ones or attending a Zoom call, we have a delicious appetizer recipe to snack on while you wait for midnight to ring...

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RollinGreens Cauliflower Wings and Millet Tots These are SO delicious! I love the RollinGreens cauliflower wing and the millet tots. My mouth is watering just thinking about them. You have to try them. For the full write-up on RollinGreens and other vegetarian options:

Featured on Lindsey Cunningham of RollinGreens Tells Us About Its Tasty, Plant-based Frozen Snacks during COVID-19

First of all, how are you and your family doing in these COVID-19 times?  Lindsey Cunningham: We are making the best out of each day and staying healthy. Thank you for asking, and I hope you and your family are doing well.  Tell us about you, your career, how you founded RollinGreens....

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New Hope Network: RollinGreens’ secret: Shark Tank is just a small part of its success

RollinGreens’ secret: Shark Tank is just a small part of its success 2020 has proven to be an exciting year for the brand with new success in unexpected places. Plant-based convenience foods brand RollinGreens appeared on ABC's "Shark Tank" in May 2020. We checked in with co-founder Lindsey Cunningham to...

RollinGreens Gears Up Distribution with Listings at Kroger and Walmart

RollinGreens, the Boulder, Colorado-based plant-based food specialist is stepping up roll outs of “better-for-you” frozen products by expanding it retail presence in Kroger and Walmart stores in the United States this summer. Read on at

The Beet: Healthy Recipe: Grain Millet and Cauliflower Mash With Garlic Gravy

Just in time for the colder weather, this millet mash recipe is healthy comfort food and the perfect side dish to have with any entrée at the holiday party. Made with raw millet, cauliflower, onion, garlic, and veggie stock, this recipe tastes delicious and contains all plant-based natural ingredients that will make...

Plant-Based in a Pinch: The Frozen Food Aisle Is Turning Vegan, Organic, and Nutritious

Cheap, nutritionally lacking foods aren't the only options in the freezer section anymore. Read the RollinGreens' write-up on   Frozen food holds an interesting position in modern food history. Flash freezing has been hailed as a technological marvel that made nutritious vegetables accessible to urban and suburban Americans virtually anywhere, at any...

Fox 31 News: Plant-Based, RollinGreen Twist to Classic Comfort Foods

RollinGreens is Boulder’s original food truck, and now specialized in chef-led, plant-based, alternatives to classic comfort foods. Watch Chef Ko showing off his famous B.B.Q. Totchos - see Chef Ko in action at   

Read about the RollinGreens debut at Kroger and Walmart!

In the latest distribution news, Mason Dixie Foods expands into Whole Foods nationally and enters Wegmans, RollinGreens debuts at Kroger and Walmart, and Tone It Up launches new protein bars and powders in Kroger stores. To read the full article visit: 

Denver Post: Colorado’s hottest grain is gluten-free, nutrient-dense, great in beer and about to be your new fav pantry staple

Colorado’s hottest grain is gluten-free, nutrient-dense, great in beer and about to be your new fav pantry staple Colorado produces the most millet in the country. But what exactly is it? By Daliah Singer, Special to The Denver Post Jul 30, 2020, 6:00 am “I don’t know what millet is, but I like...