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Three Unique Niche Food Businesses in Houston

February 24
22:41 2022
Three Unique Niche Food Businesses in Houston

Here are three Houston-area businesses that are laser focused on being the best at what they do – and they’re succeeding.
These three businesses are Food Business Partners of the Houston-based non-profit, A Bite of Hope, whose mission is to promote health through healthy eating. Food Business Partners offer fresh, natural, healthy food options to the customers and communities they serve.

In business, you can try to be everything to everyone (it usually doesn’t work) or you can niche down and focus on doing one thing exceptionally well. Here are three Houston-area businesses that are laser-focused on being the best at what they do – and they’re succeeding. 

These three businesses are Food Business Partners of the Houston-based non-profit, A Bite of Hope, whose mission is to promote health through healthy eating. Food Business Partners offer fresh, natural, healthy food options to the customers and communities they serve. 

In a city with no shortage of Tex-Mex and Mexican food options, Birria Los Primos focuses on birria – a rich, flavorful, spicy/sweet dish that originates from Jalisco, Mexico. Birria has the familiar essence of traditional Mexican food as you know it along with a uniquely savory flavor profile and meat so tender it falls apart. Located downtown at 1010 Prairie Street, Birria Los Primos is a family-owned and operated business started in March 2021 that has quickly become a go-to spot for birria in Houston. They use fresh, natural ingredients which they source locally whenever possible – and that freshness comes through in the crispness of their food. Their birria soup, tacos, and burritos are truly something unique and special for the Houston food community and their fried plantains are over-the-top delicious. They offer dine-in and take out.

See their menu and even place orders on their website at https://losprimoshtx.com

GrassOntheGo was started in 2010 by Alan Barrera who became passionate about wheatgrass when it significantly contributed to healing some pretty serious health issues he was fighting through. After seeing the amazingly restorative properties of wheatgrass firsthand and learning more about its benefits through research, he became an advocate and promoter of it. After more than a decade of making wheatgrass and its benefits more accessible to people, Alan recently upgraded his grow operation to a larger facility with more space to expand his multi-stage cultivation and production process. 

GrassOntheGo’s wheatgrass shots are exceptionally nutrient-dense because they use the highest quality seeds, harvest the wheatgrass at the optimal growth stage, and never harvest a second cut from the same grass. The wheatgrass juice is dispensed into shot-sized packets and flash-frozen to preserve its nutrients and enzymes. When you are ready to drink your wheatgrass juice, you can let the packet thaw at room temperature for 10 or 15 minutes or in the refrigerator overnight. Wheatgrass is usually consumed alone in “shots” or mixed into smoothies, water, or juice. GrassOntheGo’s wheatgrass shots are available nationwide for only $35 shipping. Houston customers enjoy fast deliveries and soon, you will be able to pick up your order from their new facilities.

Learn more about GrassOntheGo and place orders at https://www.grassonthego.com

Dulce Vida creates “quality all-natural gourmet sorbet and sorbet flavors, with a Latin twist.” Their unique sorbets are made with whole fruits and all-natural ingredients. Everything they make is vegan-friendly and they make a… wait for it… line of alcohol-infused sorbet that you may prefer to slowly sip instead of eat with a spoon. Dulce Vida was started by Shirick (“Rick”) Faison and his wife, Milagro, in 2019 and they’ve been growing steadily because of their bright, crisp flavors and healthy ingredients. You can buy Dulce Vida sorbets at farmer’s markets, in a few stores around Houston, and via their website at https://www.dulcevidatreats.com

Houston is known for its unmatched variety of amazing restaurants and food options. Food businesses like Birria Los Primos, GrassOntheGo, and Dulce Vida – who create truly unique foods and bring new flavors and options to the table – are what build up and maintain Houston’s reputation as a food lover’s paradise. It is important to support small businesses like these. They truly bring something positive (and delicious) to their customers and their communities.

A Bite of HOPE is a Houston-based non-profit created to improve the future of communities that struggle with obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease in Houston. By demonstrating the power that food has over health and by teaching communities how to make simple, cost-effective, and tasty meals, people can manage disease or conditions and will live healthier and happier lives.

Discover more about A Bite of Hope and their programs at https://ABiteofHope.org.

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Company Name: A Bite of HOPE
Contact Person: Joseph Brozovich
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Phone: 806830268
Address:7001 Corporate Dr. Suite #120
City: Houston
State: TX
Country: United States
Website: https://abiteofhope.org

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