Cook Taste Eat co-founder Tanya Melillo talks about how she learned more in 18 months of startup life than in the previous 12 years of her corporate career. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Startups, everyone knows, have a steep learning curve. How steep? “I’ve learned more in the last year and a half than [...]
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Check out these women who have exited food-related startups. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) From mailing cardboard boxes of recommended packaged foods on a monthly subscription basis, to food recommendation apps ranging from the technically astute to the visually gripping – we’ve watched in the last few years the marriage of one’s [...]
My background in R&D and manufacturing enabled me to create, test and perfect the flavors, textures, shape and freezing process. By Rebecca Dengrove (CEO & Co-Founder, Brewla) When my brother Daniel told me that he saw an opportunity to create the “next big thing” in dessert foods, I was intrigued. I had worked at multinational [...]
By Heather Hilleren (Founder, Local Dirt) Sometimes you come across an idea that seems so simple, so obvious, that you think “why has no one done this before?” leaving you no choice but to do it yourself. It would simply be criminal not to solve this problem. This was the start of Local Dirt. The [...]
By Kristee Rosendahl (Founder, Smart Gardener) In 2004, I moved from San Francisco to Sonoma County with the goal of balancing my techno life/business with a more “hands on” lifestyle. I wanted to food garden, get outside more, and even keep some bees. Because I was running my consulting business. I wanted to both enjoy [...]
By Abby Sturges and Jennifer Lopez (Co-Founders, Culture Kitchen) We, Abby and Jennifer, are the co-founders of Culture Kitchen, and this is our journey from Masters Thesis project to a startup spreading culture through food. We didn’t think at that time we would become cofounders of a food and culture company, but seven months later [...]