On a recent episode of the Living Maxwell Show on Periscope (please follow @livingmaxwell on Periscope), I interviewed Chelsea Briganti, co-founder of an absolutely fascinating company called Loliware.
Loliware has invented the world’s first edible, biodegradable cup. Yes, a cup that you can eat! Read more »
Bitsy’s Brainfood makes great organic cereal and smart cookies for kids, and Maggie and Alex started the company because when they went to the grocery store to shop for kids, the healthy aisle wasn’t any fun. So, they decided to create fun products for kids that were organic, healthy, and packed with fruits and vegetables as well.
Last week, I attended the Whole Foods Market Holiday Bazaar here in NYC, and it was a fantastic afternoon!
The Bazaar was a preview of many of the holidays items that will be out later this year, and several of the company’s department heads were also in attendance.
I had the opportunity to interview Doug Bell, Global Wine Buyer, and Cathy Strange, Global Cheese Buyer, both of whom shared their industry insight, offered very useful advice about cheese and wine, and took questions “live” from viewers.
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