By Making It Easy For Moms To Order Organic Baby Food Online, She Built A Fast-Growing Startup Brand

Many expectant moms plan to make homemade organic baby food for their little ones—until they give birth and discover they don’t have the time. The DIY approach has gotten even more challenging since the coronavirus pandemic arrived and many moms have been juggling caring for infants with online school for other children and working from home. 

Jessica Sturzenegger, 31, has built a business around making their lives easier. Her San Francisco-based company, Amara, co-founded in 2016 with the chef Vicki Johnson, sells shelf-stable organic meals such as “potato kale mash” and “apple maqui berry” that are dehydrated in a

→ Continue reading at Forbes - Startups

More from author

Related posts

Advertisment

Latest posts

State Revokes Vacaville Barber's License After He Broke Health Orders in Protest

A local barber at the center of a high-profile fight over COVID restrictions has just had his license suspended by the state -- and...

'SNL' has Dr. Fauci hand out coronavirus vaccines on a game show

The NBC variety show opened with Kate McKinnon's Dr. Anthony Fauci hosting a new game show called "So You Think You Can Get...

IBM Watson: Why Is Healthcare AI So Tough?

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin UKRAINE - 2021/02/19: In this photo illustration an IBM logo is seen...