Introducing the highest plant based protein on the planet...

We are so excited to introduce you to chocho - an ancient ingredient we recently discovered during a family trip to Ecuador. It is an incredible food indigenous to the Andean Region of South America and it is the highest plant based protein on the planet!


Plus, it is non-GMO, easily digestible, has zero carbs, no sugar and is regenerative for the soil as well as the economy of local farming communities. The other good news is that chocho is a lupin and, unlike other legumes, it is paleo and keto friendly. It’s different from anything we’ve ever tried!


We’d love your help figuring out the best way to turn chocho into products that will be nourishing and beneficial to your family. You are part of an exclusive group of mothers who will help shape the future of chocho with your thoughts, opinions and experiences.
 
To show you our gratitude, you will entered to win $200 Gift Card to Thrive Market for completing this survey.

Learn more about what we’re up to at www.fivesunsfoods.com and join the VIP (Very Incredible Person)  waitlist to be the first to try chocho!

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* 1. Do you have children living at home?

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* 2. In what age range are your kid(s)? (can select more than 1)

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* 3. Do you consume the same food products that you purchase for your children?

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* 4. How would most like to see chocho integrated into a food product that you would eat yourself? (please rank 1 as most interested and 4 as least interested)

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* 5. How would most like to see chocho integrated into a food product that you would feed to your children? (please rank 1 as most interested and 4 as least interested)

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* 6. Do you currently add any protein supplements to you childrens’ meals?

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* 7. If yes, are the supplemented protein sources you use all natural and non-GMO?

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* 8. Would you be interested in an all natural, non-GMO protein powder to use in your children’s food to ensure they get enough protein?

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* 9. Would you rather have a nut butter in a single-serve package or in a jar?

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* 10. How frequently do you eat healthy, packaged snack foods?

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