Experienced Food Scientist that can take your project from a concept to a product in a package. 


Passion for natural and organic food, food safety, real ingredients, innovation, trends, and expertise in developing cookies, crackers, bars or most any shelf-stable snack.


Each client's needs are unique, so we can design a custom plan for your project!

Examples of recent projects:


Gluten-free muffins

Nut-based snacks

Non-GMO cookies, crackers, bars

Nut bars

Low / no added sugar snacks

High protein snacks


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Denver, Colorado


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718 964 3448



We are excited to help develop or support in any part of the product development process, tailoring projects to your needs. 


Examples of clients needs:

- An entrepreneur who has a great idea but is not sure how to make the product in large saleable quantities

- CPG's needing additional resources or support on a new product or cost savings project

- Pipeline development

- Co-manufacturer searching  


Resume in brief for the founder,

Kelly Connelly

Food Science professional with 20 years in R&D with a 16-year foundation from Kraft/Nabisco and Whitewave Foods. Expertise in the development of cookies, crackers, bars, and most shelf-stable snacks.


Kelly can provide expertise in any aspect of launching a food product from pipeline development, ingredient sourcing, competitive product reviews, GMO labeling support, sugar reduction, quality control, bench trials, pilot plant trials, production trials, start-up, post-start-up reviews, Nutrition Labels, and trend tracking.


Examples of products Kelly developed and commercialized: Chewy Chips Ahoy! with Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Back to Nature cookies, Planters Sustaining Energy nut mixes, Planter's Big Nut and Nut*rition Bars, Oreo Wafer Sticks in Asia, Horizon Organic cookies and crackers, Sir Bananas Banana Milk.

12 Years in Research & Development  -  Kraft, Nabisco

4 Years in Research & Development  -  WhiteWave Foods

4 Years as Founder/Owner of Little Food Lab, LLC

Masters and Undergraduate in Food Science  -  North Carolina State University 



Denver, Colorado



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