NetworkNewsBreaks – Nightfood Holdings Inc. (NGTF) Partners with Moms Meet in National Supermarket Rollout

Nightfood Holdings (OTCQB: NGTF), the innovative company solving America’s $50 billion nighttime snacking problem, today announced its partnership with leading parenting community Moms Meet to support the Nightfood national supermarket rollout. A division of May Media Group, LLC, Moms Meet is a community of moms with over 85,000 local groups comprising an estimated 1,700,000 members across the country. The rapidly growing, health-minded community introduces its members to new, healthy, and better-for-you products for purchase in local supermarkets. “The feedback we’re getting from the moms is simply amazing,” Nightfood CEO Sean Folkson said in the news release. “Moms of kids that snack on less healthy choices before bed can now switch their kids to Nightfood. And, after the kids are asleep, it’s Nightfood for the grown-ups in the house.”

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About Nightfood Holdings

Nightfood Holdings Inc. owns Nightfood Inc. and MJ Munchies Inc. On February 8, 2019, it was announced that Nightfood ice cream won the ‘2019 Product of the Year’ award in the ice cream category in a Kantar survey of over 40,000 consumers. With the overwhelming majority of at-home ice cream consumption occurring in the hours before bed, Nightfood’s sleep-friendly nighttime ice cream, formulated by sleep and nutrition experts, delivers benefits found in no other product on the market. Market research giant Mintel recently released a report identifying nighttime specific food and beverages as one of their most “compelling and category changing” trends for the coming years. Nightfood ice cream is rolling out nationally and has recently announced distribution in the popular Meijer supermarket chain throughout the Midwest, with concentration in the metropolitan areas of Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Columbus, and Milwaukee, as well as Lowes Foods, with 78 stores in the Carolinas and Virginia. MJ Munchies Inc. was formed in 2018 as a new, wholly owned subsidiary of Nightfood Holdings Inc. to capitalize on legally compliant opportunities in the CBD and marijuana edibles and related spaces. The company intends to market some of these new products under the brand name “Half-Baked”, for which they’ve successfully secured trademark rights. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Nightfood.com.

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