Nightfood Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: NGTF)
Nightfood Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: NGTF), a pioneering consumer goods brand development company headquartered in Tarrytown, New York, owns Nightfood, Inc., creator of delicious, award-winning and better-for-you ice cream formulated by sleep and nutrition experts, and its wholly owned subsidiary MJ Munchies, Inc., which seeks to capitalize on legally compliant opportunities in the CBD and marijuana edibles and related spaces. Known as "The Nighttime Snack Company," Nightfood Inc. is focused on improving late-night snacking for consumers and solving America's $50 billion-dollar nighttime snacking problem.
Nightfood Ice Cream
Nightfood's higher-protein and sleep-friendly ice cream won the 2019 Product of the Year Award in the ice cream category in a Kantar survey of over 40,000 consumers. The annual Product of the Year survey, the world's largest consumer-voted award for product innovation, is conducted by Kantar, a global leader in consumer research. In beating out the other finalists, consumers indicated that Nightfood's one-of-a-kind innovation and unique value proposition made it a clear-cut winner in the ice cream space and a brand they were highly motivated to try.
Nightfood has secured distribution in several major regional supermarket chains and has landed media coverage in major outlets such as The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, Oprah Magazine, USA Today, The Washington Post, Parents Magazine, and many more.
Over 80% of consumers snack regularly at night, and the most popular choices are cookies, chips, candy, and, of course, ice cream. These are understood to be both unhealthy and sleep-disruptive.
Research indicates that human biological programming combined with the trappings of modern life combine to drive this unhealthy behavior pattern. Every week, hundreds of millions of Americans combine to spend an estimated $1B on snacks consumed between dinner and bed.
In a recent Harris Poll online study, 54% of consumers who snack at night reported often feeling guilty about their nighttime snack choices. 58% said they wish they felt more in control of their nighttime snacking.
Nightfood management believes that the company that solves this massive consumer problem can become a national brand with a billion-dollar valuation.
Formulated by leading sleep and nutrition experts, including America's most prominent sleep expert, Dr. Michael Breus, Nightfood's higher protein/higher fiber, and lower sugar ice cream delivers great ice cream taste and texture, while minimizing sleep-disruptive ingredients such as caffeine, excess sugar, and excess fat and calories. The addition of certain minerals, enzymes and amino acids, which research suggests can support sleep quality, is another bonus. Nightfood only uses hormone-free milk, is certified Kosher, and offers eight original flavors, five of which are gluten-free. Nightfood ice cream also uses all-natural sweeteners with no Erythritol, no sucralose, or other artificial sweeteners.
Nightfood has developed a dynamic infographic resource that clearly illustrates the size and scope of the largely untapped nighttime snack category (http://NightSnacking.com). Americans everywhere are likely to identify with the infographic's results that vividly illustrate late night snacking by age group, popular snack choice, and amount of money spent each week on feeding after-hour snack attacks. Available in eight delicious flavors, Nightfood ice cream can help consumers satisfy nighttime cravings in a better, healthier, more sleep-friendly way.
MJ Munchies, Inc.
MJ Munchies, Inc. was formed in 2018 as a new, wholly owned subsidiary of Nightfood Holdings, Inc. to capitalize on legally compliant opportunities in the CBD and marijuana edibles and related spaces. The Company is seeking licensing opportunities to market such products under the brand name "Half-Baked," for which they've successfully secured trademark rights.
Nightfood founder and CEO Sean Folkson is a formerly frustrated nighttime snacker whose late-night cravings led him to seek a better solution for himself and others through the creation, marketing and distribution of the Nightfood product line. Folkson also founded internet marketing company AffiliatePros.com which provided the startup capital to launch Specialty Equipment Direct, an online distributor of floor removal equipment that quickly grew to 7-figure revenues. Folkson received a bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from S.U.N.Y Albany, New York, in 1991.
Jim Christensen, vice president of Nightfood Ice Cream, is the former vice president of Ice Cream Sales with global ice cream giant Unilever. In his over 20 years at Unilever, Christensen led sales and distribution initiatives for brands such as Ben & Jerry's, Klondike, Breyers and Good Humor. Christensen joined the Nightfood team in June of 2018 with the directive to launch Nightfood ice cream rapidly into national distribution. Understanding that the overwhelming majority of at-home ice cream consumption occurs in the hours before bed, Christensen has identified Nightfood as the next evolution in better-for-you ice cream.
CFO Mark Noffke, CPA, has over 37 years of experience as a seasoned financial and management professional. He has served as chief financial officer of several small-cap public companies since 2004 where he oversaw virtually every aspect of the company's operations, administration, customer service and human resources. Noffke has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
The Nightfood advisory board includes Tom Morse, founder of 5-Hour Energy and Living Essentials, LLC.; Doron Stern, former vice president of marketing at Chobani and Popcorn, Indiana; restaurateur and celebrity Chef Chris Santos; Paul Jarrett, CEO of fast-growing nutrition startup BuluBox; Eric Egeland, president of Capacity Consulting Inc.; Dr. Michael A. Grandner, director/Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona; Dr. Michael Breus, sleep expert and best-selling author known to millions as The Sleep Doctor(TM); Dr. Lauren Broch, resident nutrition, sleep disorder expert and a member of the scientific advisory board.