Taking Stock Foods co-founder Molly Clark is on to discuss how she created a food manufacturing company which creates healthful, tasty broths. We talk about her story and how she gives back to the community that has brought her success.
Recap 8: We catch up with Susan Langer, Founder of the technology company Live, Give Save (ep 36) that is launching the Spave app that allows you to save and donate a percentage of your purchases each time you make them. We revisit them after the app has gone live and is available for download through the app store.
Jen Alexander wanted to create healing, comforting plant-based soups and spreads as a way to help people eat a healthier plant based lifestyle for their health and overall wellness. Jens Jars are plant -based soups and spread packaged in mason jars and available at Farmers Markets and Lakewinds Coop through the maker to market program. (ep.118)
Cynthia from Dearest Baker Macaroons started making macaroons because she liked that she could create unique flavors like Lychee, Lingonberry and Birthday Cake. With her family and husband Fue's help the business grew. Over time the macaroons grew into a sustainable business that could be found at retail markets, pop ups and creating hand crafted character macaroons emerged. (ep.117)
Recap 7: We catch up with Micah Svedja as he prepares to move Bootstrap Coffee Roasters (ep.43) into a larger facility in West St Paul that will give more space for roasting but also a full-service coffee bar that will be open to the public by Spring 2019.
We catch up with Heather Manley from Crooked Water Spirits and Heathers Dirty Goodness Seasoning. Heather Manley launched Crooked Water Spirits in September of 2014 and is already at 9 varieties of spirits. Much has changed since her visit with us 2 years ago. We catch up with her growing businesses. (ep.18)