Livio Bisterzo is an Italian entrepreneur living in Los Angeles, California. Bisterzo is currently married and he has 3 children of his own. He lived in the UK until 1999 when he was 18 years old. He studied at one of the most prestigious schools in London at the University of the Arts.
Livio Bisterzo comes from a Marketing and Advertising background, and in 2003 he founded his first business that ran corporate events for companies. He went on to make his own, unique business portfolio consisting of all of his outstanding work ranging from works in the hospitality industry to work in the consumer brands industry.
In 2015, Livio Bisterzo moved on to the next stage of his career by starting a new company called Green Park Holdings. This is a new food company that is innovating the way food is sold and is rapidly growing to be a multi-channel food and drink company that offers “better for you” options as the consumer knowledge on health and making healthier food/beverage choices is exploding and gaining more and more momentum.
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The company is committed to producing a new, innovative approach to selling “better for you” options for the consumer than is out there today. As the eating better options gain momentum, Green Park continues to grow in popularity with customers looking to eat better and live a healthier lifestyle than before. The more this movement grows, the more this company will continue to grow.
Livio Bisterzo’s Green Park Holdings launches new products such as their latest-launched line of the Organic Chickpea Puffs that they have launched in the US that also gives back to charity. Many flavors exist including Far Out Fajita, Pepper Power, Maple Haze, and Siracha Sunshine to name a few. These are really a great, wholesome, organic snack that is a far better choice for consumers than the traditional potato chip laden with fat, salt, and other not-so-healthy options. This is one of the few products that they have released that are also helping others as part of these proceeds go to chickpea farmers in West Africa that grow the product to help them get out of poverty and provide a better life for them and their families.
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