Moonshot, founded by Julia Collins, produces climate-friendly crackers with regeneratively grown ingredients. As a serial food entrepreneur (also co-founder of Zume Pizza) from San Francisco and a soon to be mom, Julia began to ask herself how she could create a better world for her baby. Her answer became clear as she realized that 25% of greenhouse gas emissions come directly from food - to use the power of food to lead a sustainable lifestyle. Launching Moonshot first, the first climate-friendly snack brand, she then established Planet FWD, a platform that allows food brands to also tackle climate change through food production. Using regeneratively grown heirloom wheat from Hedlin Farms in Washington, it is stone-milled two miles down the road at Cairnspring Mills. The stone-milled wheat then travels 85 miles to Moonshot’s manufacturing facility where it is packaged in 100% recycled materials. Moonshot consciously created a close supply chain within 100 miles to minimize the environmental footprint of production. Women & black owned, Moonshot is proud to be a climate-friendly brand tackling the issue of climate change one snack at a time.