Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) November 14, 2017
Diabetic Kitchen, which creates and develops low-carb, keto-friendly foods for diabetics and others, has been accepted as a new vendor for LuckyVitamin.com, an online retail pioneer in the health and wellness industry.
LuckyVitamin.com gives Diabetic Kitchen access to a new group of prime customers according to Founder and CEO Vic Johnson. “LuckyVitamin customers are more health conscious than the customers you might find on a typical online platform. That matches well to the premium ‘real food’ products that are the hallmark of our brand,” said Johnson.
The company has foregone the traditional brick and mortar distribution for food products in favor of a more robust ecommerce strategy and has achieved notable success in the early going. Its signature mix for gourmet chocolate brownies has led the brownie mix category at Amazon for much of the time since it was introduced two years ago. In addition to being sugar-free and gluten-free, its low-carb and keto-friendly profile is made without artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols.
Johnson said he expects seven of the company’s products to debut on the site in January as part of a major promotion by LuckyVitamin. “It’ll be a great kickoff for our 2018 efforts and we’re excited about the opportunity to serve this new market,” he added.
Founded in 2005, LuckyVitamin is an industry leading global e-commerce destination for health and wellness, natural and organic products, vitamins, nutritional supplements, sports and fitness nutrition, food, beauty, skincare, pet and natural home. LuckyVitamin offers premium quality products and service at an exceptional value. Striving to bring good health to the masses, its mission is to be the inspirational and supportive source for products and knowledge dedicated to helping everyone on their journey towards happy wellness. For more information, visit https://www.luckyvitamin.com/.
About Diabetic Kitchen
Diabetic Kitchen develops and distributes great tasting foods that are perfect for diabetics, those with gluten intolerance, and anyone interested in healthy food alternatives. Diabetic Kitchen’s dry mixes and other products have no added sugar, are gluten-free, high fiber, low-carb and keto-friendly with no artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols. Founded in 2014, the Gainesville, Fla.-based Diabetic Kitchen is a resident startup at the highly regarded Innovation Hub at the University of Florida.