Joolies brings delicious, organic medjool dates from their palms to yours as a delicious, healthy on-the-go option for snackers everywhere. Medjool dates, also known as the king of dates, are a great source of energy, have a low glycemic index, and are full of beneficial nutrients. To ensure the best possible quality, Joolies dates are handpicked from the tree and carefully packed at peak ripeness.
A joint partnership between the Kohl Family Farm and Venice Brands, Joolies is on a mission to share the nutritious goodness of organic medjool dates grown in the sunny Coachella Valley of Southern California.
Another hurdle has become finding what you need online — now that everyone else is also trying to grab a lot of the same goods that you are (here's looking at you, toilet paper and sanitizer). But none of this means you have to resort to eating poorly. Some of the most popular and delicious healthy snacks are still available to buy right now, which is at least one less thing to worry about.
Joolies is changing the ‘date-ing game’ with its snacks packed with medjool dates. Dates are high in plant fibre and have a low glycaemic index. They are also packed with magnesium, B vitamins and 50% more potassium than a banana by weight.
Another local company adjusting to life during lockdown is Venice-based startup Joolies, which produces sweet snacks using dates from its farm in Palmdale
Still smarting from the sting of pivotal trade shows cancelling due to the coronavirus, many natural and better-for-you brands are pivoting to deliver their message of healthy eating straight to shoppers rather than relying on retailers to communicate their benefits to consumers.
Organic California Medjool date grower Joolies is introducing a brand-new date Snack Packs that contain either three pitted dates or three whole dates.
Following a vegan diet? Navigating the snack aisle of the grocery store can be tough. There are so many ingredients to scan through. It takes some effort to determine if a food is healthy or not. And if it isn’t clearly marked, it can be an absolute pain to find out if something is acceptable to eat on a plant-based diet.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Joolies, grower of organic California medjool dates, announced that its new product, Snack Packs, will launch at Expo West, exhibiting on March 4 - March 6, 2020.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Joolies, known for fresh organic California Medjool Dates, has expanded distribution to over 500 stores in the past few months and is also available online on Thrive Market and Amazon.com.
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Eat a few dates split in the middle and stuffed with peanut butter and topped with shredded coconut, and you’ll see why you need to load up on a 2-pack of Joolies ($24). Dates are a great source of disease-fighting antioxidants and fiber. Find more vegan snacks on Amazon.
Because you’re supposed to avoid processed foods on the Paleo diet (ahem, our ancestors did not have them!), you’ll want to choose snacks that are as close to their whole food state as possible. You also want to avoid additives and “non-natural” sugars. Here are a few Paleo snacks we couldn’t live without.
Bored of honey and agave? Shake things up by sweetening your oatmeal with date syrup instead. “Date syrup is made from the superfruit dates, so it’s naturally rich in stress-relieving magnesium and potassium,” says Beckerman, who’s also the author of The Better Period Food Solution and host of Well+Good’s You Versus Food. “There are a lot of fun brands to try, but I’ve been choosing Joolies’s organic medjool date syrup because they don’t add any sweeteners or concentrates to their final product, so it’s good in my book.”
Dave Kohl is the founder of Joolies, a California based farm and CPG brand producing Medjool date products. Dave and his family founded the original date farm two decades ago and recently launched Joolies. He shares more about the company’s origin and how they strategically built the brand and product messaging.
Dates are known as nature’s candy; one bite into these fiber-rich gems and you’ll know why. Tender, sweet, and caramelly, they’re tastier than most desserts. ($22; amazon.com) 110 Calories, 1g Protein, 0g Fat, 3g Fiber
Joolies co-founder David Kohl is the Managing Partner of La Quinta Date Growers, a family owned date farm located in Coachella, California. The family is one of the largest growers of organic Medjool dates in the United States.
The farm was one of the first date producers to become organic. The Kohl operations have always been at the forefront of environmental awareness, global best practices and efficient farming technology by working with international experts to improve all their farming techniques.
These innovations include commissioning the most modern and safest equipment. Working with the equipment manufactures and air quality management district, they customized equipment in order to meet the highest environmental standards while creating a safer workplace for their employees. The farm operates drip irrigation and effective water management systems so every drop of water can be fully utilized.
Kohl Family Farm decided to partner with Greg Willsey and Venice Brands to create a vibrant and playful lifestyle brand worthy of this under-appreciated California Superfruit – the organic Medjool date! David is a passionate surfer. If there is a swell, come meet him in the water.
Joolies co-founder Greg Willsey is the Founder of Venice Brands, a Los-Angeles based consumer brands platform focused on incubating, investing in, and building successful consumer brands across the food, beverage, fitness and pet verticals.