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Mugglehead Magazine
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Planet Based Foods Global renews and expands seasonal menu with Copper Mountain Resort

Planet Based Foods produces sustainable plant-based meat substitutes.

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Planet Based Foods Global (CSE:PBF) (OTCQB:PBFFF) renewed its seasonal distribution with Copper Mountain Resort.

The launch date is set for early November as the winter season picks up. Products include the Southwest and Original Hemp Burgers, Green Chili Hemp Taquito and the Breakfast Sausage Patty.

“It’s a pleasure to announce this renewal with Copper Mountain Resort this coming ski season. Maintaining strong relationships with existing customers is a cornerstone for growth within our company, and is paramount for our revenue model,” said Braelyn Davis, CEO and co-founder of Planet Based Foods.

Copper Mountain is a mountain resort in Summit County, Colorado. It is located 75 miles (120 km) west of Denver on interstate 70. The resort offers accommodations, dining and entertainment facilities. It also has 2,465 acres of in-bound terrain under lease from the United States Forest Service, White River National Forest, Dillon Ranger District.

Conversely, Planet Based Foods produces sustainable plant-based meat substitutes. Founded in 2018 in San Diego, California, to provide hemp formulated superfood products, all of the company’s offerings are 100 per cent vegan. Planet Based creates clean, non-GMO, nutrient-dense food. Founders include nutrition coach and cannabis marketer Braelyn Davis, food scientist Robert Davis, and restaurant industry vet Ted Cash.

Read more: The Vancouver Giants showcasing plant-based food alternatives at home games

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Copper Mountain

The company sells approximately 15 cases weekly between the southwest and original hemp burgers, green chili hemp taquitos and breakfast sausage patties, up from 150 cases sold last season. Now the company’s Planet-Based products will show up at eleven food and beverage options. These include Jack’s Slopeside Grill, Solitude Station, West Village Cafe, Copper Mountain Banquets, EDGE Cafe and the Camp Hale Coffee Shop.

In additional news, the company inked an agreement with Think Ink Marketing Data and Email Services to help raise brand awareness. The agreement lasts for six months and either party can terminate upon thirty days notice. Planet Based Foods will give Think Ink a monthly budget to cover campaign costs for the month.

Think Ink is a California-based marketing firm established in 1991. It provides customers with marketing services ranging from data, email marketing and pay-per-click online banner and native ads.

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