To a carpenter, everything looks like a nail…
One morning in 2016 in Fairfield, CT, Meg — my wife and the wonder mother of my four daughters — was making school lunches for the girls.
“I wish I never had to do this again!”
Buying lunch from school was not a strong option. They were not the healthiest of choices, and the girls said “school-provided lunches are disgusting”.
So seeing a pain point, I thought we could build a business while also helping out the PTA’s, and take some stress off of over burden mothers - like Meg
We are just getting going, on the goal to provide 1,000,000 healthy meals to kids around the US.