Fix & Fogg Opens First Outpost in Houston

Wellington-based gourmet peanut butter company Fix & Fogg has set up shop in Montrose, Houston in the US and you can get it at a walk-up window.

Fix & Fogg was founded in 2013. After the company’s nut butter products gained a cult following, it began manufacturing in the US. Today, the product is made in Colorado with the original recipes from New Zealand.

The Houston locale marks Fix & Fogg’s first outpost in the US. The brand is also available at Central Market stores across Texas.

“Our F&F window has always been core to our brand and values for lots of reasons,” founder Roman Jewell said. “It’s how we first connected with people in New Zealand and it’s our anchor point in the community that supports us. The space is a spot where people can see a friendly face, taste the goodness and be part of the F&F family, and we’re excited to have brought that to the Houston market.”

Original article by Marcy de Luna, Houston Chronicle, August 24, 2020.


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