Sarah Marshall started Marshall’s Haute Sauce to help preserve the tradition of jarring seasonal local ingredients.
Food & Beverage
Stories of women entrepreneurs working in the worlds of food and drink, including restaurateurs, cafe owners, caterers, cooks, bakers and chocolatiers.
Her Business is Providing Adults With Developmental Challenges Employment and Independence – Through Slow Cooking
Meg Barnhart started Zen of Slow Cooking, a line of spice blends, to create social impact.
Sarah Walsh started Caffè d’Amore Coffee Company with the intention of supporting women in a harassment free workplace
“Find the thing that you really care about and believe in. This is your fundamental truth.”
“I would like to never have to work for another company except my own so that I can enjoy life and have fun while doing a lot of good.”
“Our customization of ice cream allows anybody to pick the ingredients – it’s something that our clients enjoy and also helps many individuals who have dietary needs be able to enjoy ice cream.”
“It has been a year since I first had this vision of Feel Good Salsa – a locally sourced line of fresh salsas with the mission of doing good at its core.”
“I started my company as I didn’t want to idle away for the rest of my life.”
“I am the daughter of a single mom who worked three jobs and just didn’t have time to cook. My company is out to change that.”
“It’s awesome to meet people who mention cooking our recipes from our website or say they’ve tried something based on what we posted on social media.”
“But it wasn’t just about the cupcakes, as an architect I wanted the cupcakes to be design oriented.”
“We will continue to develop Legacy ‘Licious recipes and pass on the lineage to the next generation of our families.”
“In my opinion, success is equivalent to happiness.”
“If I can make all this money for others, why can’t I do it for myself?”
“I was searching for products that I could give my kids that would be suitable for school, add to their nutritional intakes and be free from allergens and preservatives.”