Dot will expand Soylent’s products across a variety of retail and foodservice channels, provide a more flexible ordering system to customers, and provide operational support and efficiencies to further advance company growth.
Dot Foods has approximately 4,500 distribution customers serving foodservice, supermarket, retail, and convenience sales channels.
“We’re on a mission to make complete, sustainable nutrition accessible, appealing, and affordable to all,” said Melody Conner, SVP, sales, Soylent.
“As more consumers strive to balance demanding work, school and family schedules, we want to ensure they can access complete, nutritious options everywhere.”
The partnership comes on the heels of Soylent's distribution deal with Walmart as well as retailers Target, Kroger, CVS, 7-Eleven, and Select Safeway/Albertsons Divisions.
Eric Peters, senior business development manager, Dot, said it was excited to partner with Soylent and help them expand nationally.
“Dot’s network will make it easier for retail and convenience stores to offer healthier, affordable, and accessible on-the-go snacks and meals in response to consumer demand,” he said.
Soylent’s latest online product launch, Soylent Squared, is the first complete 100 calorie mini meal, creating a more nutritious way to get a snack or meal on demand.
Soylent’s portfolio includes; Original, Cacao, and Café Powder, healthy snacking alternative Soylent Bridge, and 14oz ready-to-drink bottles available in seven flavors.