LidLamp has been making a name for itself for its organic, organic-free, and low-fat products.
The company’s products have gained a cult following, and its founders say that the product is the reason people keep coming back.
“It’s a cult thing,” said Lidlit CEO Daniel Sperry, “because we’re making it for people who want to get healthy, and they want to eat well.”
Lidlow’s focus on organic and vegan options means that Lid Lamp doesn’t use any animal-derived ingredients.
They use only fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
“It’s not a plant-based company,” Sperrys said.
“There’s a lot of products out there that are based on plant-derived foods.”
Liddl has recently been working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to create a program to promote organic farming practices.
Sperries hopes that Liddellamp will soon be offering its products to consumers at a lower price point.
“We’re really excited about it,” he said.
The U.K.-based company has also been working to make sure its products are more accessible to women and minorities.
“LidLamps is a great example of the success that comes from diversity,” said Stephanie Wiese, the executive director of the Women’s Food & Drink Institute, which has worked with Lidls products.
“I think that’s what makes us stand out.”