Boulder-based RollinGreens inks deal with Sprouts

BOULDER — RollinGreens, formally a mobile food truck and catering service, has signed a deal to distribute its line of Millet Tots — a frozen, organic tater tots — in Sprouts Markets in Colorado.

The Boulder-based company, founded by the husband and wife team of Ryan and Lindsey Cunningham, already sells the product line in Whole Foods Rocky Mountain Region, Natural Grocers, Lucky’s Market, Alfalfa’s Market and independents throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.

Millet Tots are the company’s version of tater tots, made with a whole grain. The small, crispy bites are organic, gluten free, vegan, non-GMO and soy-free. They are offered in the frozen food section.

“Expanding our distribution into Sprouts is allowing us to grow steadily in our home state,” said Lindsey Cunningham, the company’s chief executive. “Leaving the food truck industry was very risky for us, but to see that the community is enjoying and buying our product, is the validation we need to continue to grow. … We look forward to expanding our distribution further, and debuting new flavors in September.”

BOULDER — RollinGreens, formally a mobile food truck and catering service, has signed a deal to distribute its line of Millet Tots — a frozen, organic tater tots — in Sprouts Markets in Colorado.

The Boulder-based company, founded by the husband and wife team of Ryan and Lindsey Cunningham, already sells the product line in Whole Foods Rocky Mountain Region, Natural Grocers, Lucky’s Market, Alfalfa’s Market and independents throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.

Millet Tots are the company’s version of tater tots, made with a whole grain. The small, crispy bites are organic, gluten free, vegan, non-GMO and soy-free. They are offered in the frozen food section.

“Expanding our distribution into Sprouts is allowing us to grow steadily in our home state,” said Lindsey Cunningham, the company’s chief executive. “Leaving the food truck industry was very risky for us, but to see that the community is enjoying and buying our product, is the validation we need to continue to grow. … We look forward to expanding our distribution further, and debuting new flavors in September.”