CECE’S VEGGIE CO. 2015 AUSTIN
CEO: Mason Arnold, cecesveggieco.com
Creates veggie-centric shortcuts and meals
using organic vegetables.
3 23,880.5% $24.9M 190
GREEN GRASS FOODS
2013 BELLEVUE, WASH.
CEO: Madeline Haydon, nutpods.com
Makes dairy-free creamer.
13 11,622.5% $19.1M 23
• CHOMPS 2012 NAPLES, FLA.
CEO: Peter Maldonado, chomps.com
Cooks up high-quality jerky snacks.
62 4,469.2% $21M 8
4TH & HEART 2014 VENICE BEACH, CALIF.
CEO: Raquel Tavares, fourthandheart.com
Creates spreadable butters using ghee.
70 4,283.3% $14.3M 7
SWEET LOREN’S 2010 NE W YORK CI TY
CEO: Loren Brill, sweetlorens.com
Makes cookies and cookie dough.
114 3,026.4% $6.4M 5
KOIA 2013 SAN DIEGO
CEOS: Chris Hunter and Maya French,
Manufactures plant-based protein drinks.
187 2,101% $8.2M 15
SIFTED 2015 ATLANTA
CEOS: Jess Legge and Kimberly Lexow, sifted.co
Creates high-impact lunch programs.
188 2,099.2% $6.9M 142
2014 PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS, N. J.
CEOS: Monique Bernstein and Eli Zauner,
Sources snacks and candies from di;erent
countries to subscribers.
190 2,095.6% $12.7M 28
OFFICE LIBATIONS 2014 OAKLAND, CALIF.
CEO: Claude Burns, o; celibations.com
Operates and invests in food and beverage–
centric companies through a holding company.
224 1,843.6% $4.5M 15
• SNACKNATION 2014 CULVER CIT Y, CALIF.
CEO: Sean Kelly, snacknation.com
Curates and delivers snack boxes to subscribers.
352 1,293% $24.2M 166
• UPTIME 1985 VAN NUYS, CALIF.
CEO: Benjamin Kim, uptimeenergy.com
Makes energy drinks and supplements.
442 1,031.5% $15.9M 49
• • FACTOR75 2013 BATAVIA, ILL.
CEOS: Michael Apostal and Nick Wernimont,
Delivers ready-to-eat, gluten-free, non-GMO
meals to customers.
447 1,018.2% $22.3M 18
SEAMANS BEVERAGE AND
LOGISTICS 2013 BELLEVILLE, N. J.
CEO: Glenn Langberg, seamansimports.com
Provides warehousing and logistics services
nationally to the alcoholic beverage industry.
485 904.4% $7.2M 8
FLOWATER 2013 DENVER
CEO: Rich Razgaitis, myflowater.com
Deploys purified-water refill stations.
493 893.6% $5.3M 36
FOOD + BEVERAGE
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FIT T SCIENTIFIC
2013 COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA.
CEO: Bruce Floersheim, fittscientific.com
O;ers engineering technical services in
robotics, infrastructure, operational support,
and education services.
27 7,329.4% $15.8M 191
NETIZEN 2013 ALLENTOWN, PA.
CEO: Michael Hawkins, netizencorp.com
Specializes in cybersecurity.
47 5,638.4% $6.3M 46
2007 ARLING TON, VA.
CEO: Antonio Moscatelli, associatedveterans.com
Assists government managers with sta;ng.
67 4,345.8% $12.8M 64
SYDANTECH 2000 BETHESDA, MD.
CEO: Daniel Zubairi, sydantech.com
Provides sta;ng services to federal and
78 4,090.7% $4.3M 14
•CAPITOL BRIDGE 2012 ARLINGTON, VA.
CEO: Nicholas Jordan, capitolbridgellc.com
O;ers project management, service delivery,
quality improvement, and technology
91 3,469.4% $6.4M 35
CONSULTING 2014 ALEXANDRIA, VA.
CEO: Jim Kelly, invictusic.com
103 3,215.1% $33M 151
•B3 GROUP 2008 HERNDON, VA.
CEO: Dwight Hunt, b3groupinc.com
Contracts with the federal government for
health IT consulting.
109 3, 134.5% $59.3M 145
ONESOURCEPCS 2002 PENSACOLA, FLA.
CEO: Joselito Jonathan Llanera,
O;ers network management, systems
integration, support services, cybersecurity,
and managed services.
111 3,051.3% $7.8M 52
2014 SAN AN TONIO
CEO: Joe Lawrence,
Bridges the gap between government and the
health care industry as a licensed prescription
141 2,618% $7.1M 12
•ALPHA OMEGA INTEGRATION
2010 VIENNA, VA.
CEO: Sujani Rangareddy,
Modernizes federal computer systems.
143 2,596.3% $25.1M 145
•FEDWRITERS 2010 FAIRFAX, VA.
CEO: Mitchell Cho, fedwriters.com
Helps government and commercial
organizations with writing, research, and
146 2,555.7% $5.4M 57
• TRIDANT SOLUTIONS
2005 PASADENA, CALIF.
CEO: Annette Palazuelos, tridantsolutions.com
Provides administrative, financial, and
program-management support services.
157 2,415.7% $3M 42
Companies that provide consulting services—especially IT, health care,
and procurment—used primarily by government entities.
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