NYC Snack Startup Variety Fun To Partner With Army And Air Force Exchange Service

Jan. 28, 2019

NEW YORK--()--Variety Fun, a snack subscription service that specializes in providing customers with a diverse choice of snacks, has recently partnered with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Variety Fun has 10 versions of their favorite snack bundles available for purchase via the Army and Air Force Exchange Service.

The Variety Fun team hopes to expand the list of bundles based on demand within the Exchange Service. The partnership has recently been finalized last week and Variety Fun’s numerous snacks are now available to Exchange Service customers.

“We’re excited to partner and provide our snack bundles to an organization such as The Army and Air Force Exchange Service. Being a veteran myself, I can understand how an organization such as this helps troops, veterans, and families,” Yonatan Pinhasov, Co-founder of Variety Fun said.

About Variety Fun

Variety Fun is a snack subscription service based in NYC that provides their subscribers with the best value on a wide assortment of everyone’s favorite snacks. By partnering with over 500 brands of classic and healthy options, Variety Fun brings the joy of snacking to both homes and offices.

About Army and Air Force Exchange Service

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service has been serving the Nation’s armed forces since 1895. The Exchange provides tax-free shopping and military-exclusive pricing at installations across the globe and online.

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