Chef Turned Food Entrepreneur Aims To Build A Zero-Waste Brand

Chef Camilla Marcus opened the first zero-waste certified restaurant in NYC in 2018. Though it shut down during the pandemic, she’s bringing the vision of that restaurant to an online food business by its same name, west-bourne.

“We want to create craveable, sustainable food, experiences, and products that will become the new staples to the fast growing climate-aware community,” she says. “Our goal is to bring mindfulness to how you can eat in a way that’s delicious, inspiring, and approachable in your daily life while safeguarding our planet.”

West-bourne is inspired by her California upbringing and showcases plant-based, veggie-forward eating.

“Growing up in Los Angeles, living mindful

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