How Livio Bisterzo Has Made a Name for Himself in the Food Industry

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Snack manufacturer Green Park Brands recently introduced new varieties of healthy chickpea puffs. Despite being relatively new in the market, the snacks are already gaining a niche due to the numerous health benefits that they have. A small pack has less than 91 calories while larger packs have less than 455 calories. These snacks were advanced to address the dietary needs of snack lovers who are getting increasingly conscious about their health.

To attract a wider market, Hippeas introduced Pepper Power, Herbs We Trust, Far Out Fajita, and Sweet & Smoking chickpea puffs. Green Park’s Chief Executive Officer and founder Livio Bisterzo, asserts that the introduction of these varieties is part of the firm’s strategic plan to take over the snack industry. The firm has a strong commitment towards the production of affordable and healthy snacks. The products are already being sold in thousands of Starbucks locations throughout the US. Having been in the food industry for close to seven years, Livio understand what it takes to make Hippeas a global brand.

About Livio Bisterzo

The Italian entrepreneur is a Los Angeles resident. Mr. Bisterzo immigrated to the United Kingdom at 18 to join the University of Arts. With a marketing background, it was easy for him to set up his first firm at age 22. This was an events company, which would act as the foundation of his entrepreneurial portfolio. Livio’s early entrepreneurial success saw him start a string of successful businesses throughout the US.

In the hospitality sector, Livio’s name is synonymous with Maddox Club, Pollen St. He similarly made inroads in the consumer brands business with enterprises such as Kyoku for Men and Little Miracles. All his ventures were successful, and helped establish him as one of London’s most recognizable entrepreneurs. In 2009, the Evening Standard named him among the top 1,000 influential people in London. He has also been profiled by respectable publications such as The Times, The Financial Times, Harpers, Vanity Fair, and GQ.

Livio moved to Los Angeles in 2015 so that he could pursue his business interests in a more stimulating environment. He similarly wanted to tap into the American snack market. He started Green Park Holdings with the sole purpose of advancing technologies that would revolutionize the snack market. The firm is also involved in the production of beverages. It aims at creating natural products, which have an enduring social and cultural impact. Its first product Hippeas, has already become a popular brand.

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