Oregon Angel Food 2022 Grand Finale & Marketplace: Save the Date
OregonAF is a premier PNW food + beverage investment event hosted by Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN).
The 2022 Oregon Angel Food Grand Finale & Marketplace will be held on September 15, 2022 at the Redd on Salmon St.
Following final due diligence, the Oregon Angel Food 2021 investment of $230K was closed with Puffworks. We are excited to watch the company grow and deliver on its mission to spread healthier snacking!
Puffworks Portland, OR | Puffworks lands at the intersection of two powerful trends: plant-based snacking and food allergy prevention, according to founder and CEO, Greg Murphy. Puffworks Organic Peanut Butter Puffs make it easy for parents to introduce peanut to infants (6+ months of age), as they dissolve easily and contain low sodium. Their crunchier Puffs, available in four flavors, like Strawberry PB&J, are a delicious option for older kids and adults and offer 4-5 grams of plant-based protein per serving.
Thank You 2021 Sponsors!
2021 Investment Finalists
Young Mountain Tea Springfield, OR | As founder Raj Vable, a Fulbright Scholar who connected with Himalayan tea farmers while working in the region describes it, his tea company started with a promise to farmers. He would help them develop financially viable operations that would give their rural children hope for making a living locally and maintaining their community-based production practices, by creating a company that would bring their high-quality teas to American consumers. Eight years later he has developed an avid following for the farmers’ loose leaf teas and is ready for expansion.
Face Rock Creamery Bandon, OR | Face Rock Creamery is an award winning specialty cheese producer based in Bandon that sources its milk from the greater Southern Oregon region. The company is already a home-grown success story and sells cheese nationally via Costco, Kroger, Safeway, and Whole Foods. Founder Gregory Drobot is seeking investment to expand to further grow sales and expand their facilities in Bandon, bringing more jobs to the region.
Sweet Apricity Vancouver, WA | Founder Tonya Butts explains that the word apricity (pronounced ah-priss’-i-tee) is derived from the Latin aprīcitās, meaning the warmth of the sun in winter. Her products, including sea salt caramels, vanilla marshmallows, and caramel sauce, are produced with ingredients like grass-fed beef gelatin and organic maple sugar that are specifically designed to meet auto-immune protocol (AIP) and paleo diets.
2021 Emerge Initiative Awardees
Khalsa Salsa Beaverton, OR | Growing up in urban India, no outing was complete without a visit to one of the bustling food stalls found around every street corner. Whether we stopped to snack on dahi papdi chaat or pick up chole bhature for a hearty lunch, what made street food special was its “chatpata flavor” – a delectable blend of spicy, tangy, savory, and sweet.
Leslie’s Lumpia Portland, OR | Leslie’s Lumpia is about connecting with old and new friends through Filipino food and we’re bringing you the Filipino experience right to you! Our Lumpia is filled a wide variety of flavors and fillings. Each Lumpia is hand-wrapped with love to compliment a wide variety of flavors and fillings.
Kama Hard Coffee Portland, OR | KÄMÄ’s mission is to be a premium hard coffee beverage and lifestyle brand for people who want to boldly express life’s punctuations and moments.