We create fresh organic treats based on scientific innovation.
As founders of Ketogenic, we initially came from a very different background. Jorinde Croese works as Associate Editor at System Magazine, and Christel Blangsted is the founder of luxury women’s shirting company Bibi Blangsted.
We started following the ketogenic diet in March 2019 as a part of a deuterium depletion diet, to see whether we could alleviate symptoms of a genetic condition. Within days, inflammation started to go down. Yet our cravings for sugary treats had stayed up.
No nice keto-friendly treats in supermarkets and speciality stores. We took to the kitchen, developed treats based on happy science, and figured others might like these too.
From early 2020, we will be donating a percentage of all sales to capture CO2 and turn it into stone, through a special program run by Clime Works.
We want to give people a chance to kick sugar but keep the treats. Helping to optimise health!
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