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Totally Nutz® Creates Partnerships with Concessionaires at Major Venues

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Working with concessionaires across the nation, Totally Nutz is continuing to build relationships to fulfill the need for a healthy, gluten-free snack in major venues.

Working with franchisees, Totally Nutz has brought its gourmet nuts to many locations in 2017 and several more in 2018. The Totally Nutz brand is currently a presence at Texas A&M University – Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. Franchisee Raymond Villareal will operate several mobile carts.

Franchisee’s Dan and Laurel Fulling are operating a location in Bankers Life Fieldhouse, and Brant Lanham is operating several locations at the University of Tennessee – Neyland Field and the Nissan Stadium.

About Totally Nutz

Totally Nutz began as a family business by Matt & Yvette Barker in 1990. The Barker’s were looking for a business they could run while still being involved in children’s daily activities. Totally Nutz was born as a gourmet nut business which is a delicious, healthy alternative to other event food. The simple business concept is perfect for sporting and events centers nationwide.

In 2014, the Barker’s decided it was time to share their concept with the world by franchising their proven business model. Today Totally Nutz has over 65 awarded franchises with many more to come.

Totally Nutz uses only the best quality nuts and finest ingredients in the roasting process with no added butter,  oils, or salt. The roasting process fills the air with the sweet aroma of cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla. The smell causes fans/patrons to follow their nose to discover the origin of the sweet aroma.

Totally Nutz pairs well with shopping areas, sporting or multi-purpose event venues, fairs, festivals, convention center, and airports. They are a great addition to employee appreciation days, weddings or any other event type.

For more information on Totally Nutz, visit

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