Bird's-eye view of Hungry Squirrel's sauce bottles with accompanying text that proudly declares their partnership with UNFI.

Hungry Squirrel Joins Hands with UNFI Easy Options

We're thrilled to announce that Hungry Squirrel, your favorite provider of keto-friendly, low-calorie, gluten-free, and reduced-sugar sauces and dressings, is now part of UNFI Easy Options! This partnership marks a significant milestone in our mission to deliver premium gourmet products made from all-natural, healthy ingredients to businesses and homes across America.

What Makes UNFI Easy Options Unique?

UNFI Easy Options is a business-verified buyer's site designed specifically for retailers, eTailers, and other small-to-medium-sized businesses. It offers an easy, convenient platform for purchasing wholesale grocery and wellness products online. The best part? They deliver directly to your business, home, or warehouse via UPS and LTL (less than a truckload) shipping. This means you can get your favorite Hungry Squirrel products delivered right to your doorstep!

Close-up of sauce being drizzled onto meat with a Hungry Squirrel Premium Chinese Dressing bottle and UNFI logo in front of the plate.

Our Journey with UNFI

UNFI was founded by pioneers of the food industry in 1976. Over the years, UNFI has made bold moves to impact the food industry through scale, service, and sustainability. They've always taken every opportunity to deliver more people better food. We're proud to join them in this mission and bring our line of products to even more consumers.

At Hungry Squirrel, we believe that everyone should have access to delicious, healthy food. With our partnership with UNFI Easy Options, we're one step closer to making this dream a reality. So get ready, America — the squirrels are coming to a town near you!

Join us on this exciting journey as we continue to create healthy, flavorful sauces and dressings that you'll love. Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on this new chapter with UNFI Easy Options. Together, we're redefining the future of food.

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