Loveland’s Wild Zora acquires Paleo Meals to Go

Loveland’s Wild Zora acquires Paleo Meals to Go

Jenny Sparks, Loveland Reporter-HeraldIn this photograph from November 2015, Josh and Zora Tabin, house owners of Wild Zora Meals, pose with samples of their meat-and-vegetable snack bars of their downtown Loveland enterprise.

Wild Zora Meals, a Loveland-based maker of meat-and-vegetable bars, has acquired Paleo Meals To Go, one other specialty-food firm based in Loveland.
Wild Zora makes its snack bars in a facility in downtown Loveland and can convey the manufacturing of Paleo Meals To Go merchandise into the identical location, in accordance with an announcement launched Tuesday.
Paleo Meals To Go makes backpacker-friendly freeze-dried meals comparable to Bedrock Beef Chili, Caldera Hen Curry and Cliffside Coconut Berry, a breakfast merchandise. Its merchandise now seem on the Wild Zora web site.
Wild Zora was based in Loveland in 2014 by Fort Collins residents Zora and Josh Tabin, who got here up with the grain-free, no-sugar-added bars when on the lookout for healthful and attractive snacks for his or her youngsters. The bars, comparable to Curry Masala Turkey with Spinach, Dates & Cardamom, can be found on their web site, Amazon.com and at some retailers nationwide.
Wild Zora will promote Paleo Meals via the identical channels, the discharge stated.