About Nutsack Foods

Hey, I’m Bill, owner of Nutsack Foods. Several years ago I met a guy who roasted the best nuts I’d ever tasted. I always joked about selling them. Actually, I dreamt about doing it for years, but always had a 'job' that got in the way.

Then in November of 2014, eleven months after I lost my father to cancer, I lost my job. Moved by my father’s passing and the vulnerability of holding a tech job in Arizona, I decided to take a chance and went after my dream of starting a business selling those nuts.

I saw it as a chance to take control of my future while doing something fun and meaningful. I’d be sharing my nuts with strangers (that’s always fun) and building a business that would some day be able to donate a portion of it’s revenue to help find a cure for cancer.

I just needed a name. It needed to be short, simple, fun, and edgy. The word Nutsack kept coming up for obvious reasons, so Nutsack Foods was born, and my life has been nuts ever since.

Mixed NutsA Nutsack™ is a hand stamped, conversation starting paper sack filled with the freshest, tastiest nuts you’ll ever put in your mouth.

Many of my regular customers tell me they bought their first Nutsack simply because of the name, but now they buy them because the nuts are the best they’ve ever had. Yes, they’re that good. My roaster has mad skills.

Since I started the company I’ve grown from a small online store to a national brand with Nutsacks in almost fifty retail locations across the US. I even opened my own retail store in Cave Creek, Arizona called Shop on the Hill. How’s that for nuts?

Now I invite you to join the Nutsack Nation and try my tasty nuts.

Remember, “You never forget your first Nutsack”™

Bill Sutherland
Chief Executive Nut


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Cancer sucks. Let’s find a cure.

Dave Sutherland

I plan to donate a portion of our yearly revenue to The Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation in my father’s name. This money will help fund cancer research. With your help, I’m hopeful we’ll find a cure, because cancer sucks. Learn more...