Whole Foods Local Producer Loan »

We are so excited to announce that Susty Party is the newest recipient of the Whole Foods Market Local Producer Loan! LPLP provides low-interest loans to help local producers flourish. "We’re putting our money where our mouths are by providing up to $25 million in low-interest loans to independent local farmers and food artisans," says Whole Foods Market. "We’re proud to support small producers who need a hand, not a handout, to help them make their dreams reality."  Susty Party will use the generous amount of money to purchase more machinery and to help launch our new eco-friendly party packs. Major thanks... »

Party Cup Installation at Pratt »

Check out this amazing alternative use for Susty Party cups! Our compostable paper cups are mechanically interlocked in a diagrid to form a screen that defines the seating area for a cafe on Pratt's Brooklyn campus. The team of Eat Your Design (Professor Christian Rietzke and students Britney Malave and Nadia Shaheen) installed a prototype for Pratt Greenweek 2014. After their useful life, the cups are composted in an industrial composting facility, continuing their life cycle. »

Behind the Scenes of Shark Tank, Part 1 »

To our diehard Susty Party fans, Shark enthusiasts, and curious entrepreneurs, here’s how we landed ourselves in the Tank. Written by Emily Doubilet This post has been edited. A year before I was staring down an extremely well lit hallway at the unflinching faces of Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec, I had never even heard of them. I first learned about Shark Tank almost exactly one year prior, sitting in a meeting that would change our lives forever. We were meeting with UNFI, the world’s largest natural products distributor, less than four months out... »