Goodles is the first boxed mac & cheese made with 21 nutrients from plants, including protein, fibre, prebiotics and it tastes just like the noodles you know and love, except made gooder!
Noodles made gooder.
It's a play on words, but it's also a fact: Goodles is here to help you make your noodle better.
Goodles was founded by several notable individuals: Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot, former Annie’s President Deb Luster, form Kraft executive Paul Earle, and Molly Michet, R&D Leader and food scientist formerly of Dreyers and CLIF Bar. The team has experience with some of the biggest names in food and they're ready to change your perception of mac & cheese forever.
We're talking mac & cheese that's not only delicious but also good for you. And we're not just talking nutrients—we mean it looks, tastes, cooks and chews like the noodles we all love, with protein, fibre, prebiotics and more than 21 nutrients from plants. We’re talking about the kind of mac and cheese that makes you want to eat it straight out of the pan with a fork. The kind that’s so good, you get mad at yourself when you finally decide to share some with your friends. The kind that makes your kids smile from ear to ear when they see their favourite meal on the table.
It also does good by giving away at least 1% of all products sold to organizations that address food insecurity and is the first boxed mac and cheese to ever win the coveted Clean Label Purity Award. How much gooder can it get?