Top 10 Snack Brands on Shopify

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4 min readShopify Brands
by: Holly Kuldell07/14/2021

Quick Summary Whether you’re selling food or not, these 10 Shopify stores can help inspire your eCommerce shop.


Buying snacks exclusively at the grocery store or movie theater is a thing of the past. During the pandemic, purchasing all sorts of products online became incredibly popular. It’s never been easier to have whatever you want or need ordered in a matter of minutes. 

Due to this, many food and beverage brands went DTC with the help of Shopify and Shopify Plus. We ranked the best snack food brands, looking at features such as branding, user experience, and overall popularity. We also included anything that makes the company stand out to us. Use this list as inspiration for your Shopify store, or as inspiration for your next afternoon snack!

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10. Pepsico’s Snacks.com

Pepsico specially made the decision to take their famous snack brand DTC during the pandemic so customers could get their favorite chips, cereal, and popcorn delivered right to their homes. 

What We Like:

  • Ability to shop the many snacks by flavor or occasion

  • Option to easily create a 30 bag variety pack of all your favorites

  • “Notify me” form for when unique flavors come back into stock

Snacks.com Screenshot

Snacks.com

9. Quest

Over the last 11 years, Ron and Shannan Penna went from making protein bars in their kitchen to selling low-carb high-protein cookies, chips, and even pizzas. Quest strives to ease your sweet and salty cravings without spiking your sugars.

What We Like:

  • Clean and simple site layout

  • Displays a banner of uplifting UGC showing fan’s health journeys with Quest products

  • “Quest Achievers” point-based loyalty program where members earn 25 points just for signing up

Quest Nutrition Screenshot

Questnutrition.com

8. Ka’chava

Ka’chava sells chocolate and vanilla flavored superfood that is ready to be mixed with ice-cold water to make a nutritious smoothie. The drinks can be used as a meal replacement due to the high levels of protein, antioxidants, and fiber. 

What We Like:

  • Video banner with cinematic shots of beaches, mountains, and models enjoying Ka’chava

  • Page with recipes for smoothies, baked goods, and smoothie bowls using the Ka’cahva powder

  • “How to” videos and a list of pro tips to “maximize deliciousness” 

Ka'chava Screenshot

Kachava.com

7. Haus

We know this is technically not a snack brand, as Haus sells alcohol. However, the founders created their flavorful, low ABV apéritifs in hopes that customers sip on them all evening, as is common in Europe. To us, that seems like the perfect afternoon snack pairing.

What We Like:

  • High contrast, vintage-esque photos of bottles, drinks, and tablescapes

  • Link to Spotify playlists curated by the two founders of the company

  • Simple and clear explanation of Apéritifs for those who haven’t heard of that type of alcohol

Haus Screenshot

Haus.com

6. Partake

Partake Foods is a cookie brand created by Denise Woodward after her daughter was diagnosed with severe food allergies. All of the products are vegan, gluten-free, and free of the top 8 food allergens.

What We Like:

  • Colorful repeating video of each type of cookie as you leave your mouse over the area

  • Photo collage of the natural ingredients included in the cookies with a short description of each, creating a visual for the ingredients rather than just listing them out

  • Blog with interesting articles that help with Partake’s google ranking

Partake Screenshot

Partakefoods.com

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5. Love Good Fats

Suzie York started this protein bar company after realizing that low-carb, high-fat diets were scientifically proven to make you feel better. The company also sells nutrient-rich milkshakes that satisfy cravings without leaving you feeling bloated. 

What We Like:

  • Popup after viewing the site for a few seconds with a 20% off discount in exchange for your email

  • Clear and clever “Reasons to Love Us” section with the health benefits

  • Row of verified aspects of the bars, including “non-GMO verified” and “keto certified”

Love Good Fats Screenshot

Lovegoodfats.com

4. Jeni’s

Jeni’s is a natural ice cream brand, creating delicious flavors without synthetic ingredients. Along with the classics, they sell flavors like raspberry jelly donut, skillet cinnamon roll, and goat cheese with red cherries. 

What We Like:

  • Large, high-quality photos of the pints, cones, and shops

  • Corporate gifting program for 25 or more shipments

  • Easy-to-navigate page with all of the local shops (with their respective photos) in the various 16 cities

Jeni's Screenshot

Jenis.com

3. Pipcorn

After finding heirloom popcorn kernels in a health food store 9 years ago, Jeff Martin knew the seeds could create a delicious product. He contacted the farmer in Indiana that grew the seeds and the rest was history. 

What We Like:

  • Calming, subtle animation of illustrations above the fold

  • Three discount codes on the top of the page

  • Photo of the nutrition label on each PDP as even more proof of the healthy ingredients

Pipcorn Screenshot

Pipsnacks.com

2.  Bon Bon Bon

Bon Bon Bon’s brick-and-mortar store opened after the founder and lifelong chocolate enthusiast Alexandra Clarke came into some money following a taxi accident. Now, the “babes babes babes” also sell bonbons DTC using Shopify.

What We Like:

  • Branding that makes you feel like you just walked into the newest, hippest chocolate shop in town

  • Gifs showing you how each box of bonbons are packaged

  • “Swag” button on the top of the page that takes you to unique chocolate products such as a dark chocolate vinyl and a white chocolate, flamin' hot Cheeto floppy disk

Bon bon bon Screenshot

Bonbonbon.com

1. Magic Spoon

Greg and Gabi experimented for over a year to create the cereal you loved as a kid without the high amounts of sugar and GMOs. With variety packs at less than $2 a bowl, Magic Spoon has become incredibly popular. 

What We Like:

  • Mesmerizing visual of different flavored cereals falling and flipping as you scroll down

  • Quotes from three highly active public figures: an olympian, a nutritionist, and an American Ninja Warrior

  • Images and colors that feel connected to the nostalgia of eating a bowl of cereal without being too childlike 

Magic Spoon Screenshot

Magicspoon.com

Bonus Brand: Enjoy Life

Enjoy Life launched in 2001 after one of the founder’s family members was diagnosed with MS and wanted to follow a gluten and dairy-free diet. From then on, Enjoy Life Foods was created with the goal of “enjoying foods without worry.” Their chocolate, cookies, and snacks are made completely free of gluten and 14 allergens. 

What We Like:

  • The “Learn” tab of the menu gives easily digestible information about certain allergies and ingredients 

  • Mouthwatering products can be filtered by diet, ingredient, or occasion

  • Along with a strong eCommerce presence, their products are in over 400,000 locations worldwide making them easily accessible

Enjoy Life Screenshot

Enjoylife.com

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