Denver City Snack Pack

  1. Denver Chip Co.Denver Chip Co. is a family-owned expansion of Broad Ripple Chip Co. located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Their chips are handmade from Idaho Russet potatoes, resulting in a larger, darker, and richer tasting chip. Their Sweet & Spicy chip won #1 chip in the country by the online publication Chip Review and was included in Food Network star Alton Brown's Holiday Guide where he called the chips "incredible"!
  2. Sweet Sweetz Back in 2019, a new dessert shop, Sweet Sweetz, was opened in the quiet Skyland neighborhood of Denver. The family-owned business is operated by Lodene Turner along with her daughters, Erin and Jamie. The shop is committed to a bigger mission that supports the local community by providing a positive gathering space for youth and families. Opening the shop has been a labor of love for Turner, whose childhood nickname was "Sweet Sweetz".
  3. On Tap KitchenLike many great ideas, On Tap Kitchen was inspired over several beers and empty stomachs. Co-founders Spencer Stackhouse and Ian Blasco decided they had to challenge the expectation that crunchy pretzels should be bland by instead crafting them from the perfect soft pretzel. The duo's snacks found success by winning a Good Food Award in 2020 and can be found in select small batch breweries and grocers!
  4. Morgan Handmade RationsBorn into a Navy family, Kyle Morgan enlisted in the Air Force upon graduating college. While based in Europe where he forecasted weather for the European Theater, he realized his true passion is for cooking. He made Denver his home and started his business at a small farmer's market selling homemade gnocchi. Today, he focuses on small catering, potato chips, and gummy bears. He partnered with a local apiary to get the honey for these yummy treats!
  5. Ka-Pop! Dustin Finkel, Founder, CEO, Father and Dad-joke lover lives by his motto that Ka-Pop! Snacks are always vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, BUT NOT TASTE FREE! What makes these snacks so tasty and nutritious? The Ancient Super Grain called Sorghum. The Sorghum used in Dustin's snack lineup is sourced locally from farmers in Colorado and Kansas. Want to see Ka-Pop! in action? Check them out in Season 11 of Shark Tank!
  6. Oogie's Headquartered in Denver, Oogie's was founded by a group of friends who couldn't find the healthy, flavorful snacks they wanted. This led them to create Oogie's, named in honor of their dearly departed college roommate. The company uses only the necessary ingredients to make simple, tasty snacks. They're also committed towards a green future by ensuring their packaging components are earth friendly!