noviembre 7, 2018

“Malamiah Juice Bar, Royal Jelly Foods take home funds in Business Bootcamp Pitch Competition,” Neu Magazine

In September, owners of Malamiah Juice Bar and Royal Jelly Foods participated in the Grand…

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In September, owners of Malamiah Juice Bar and Royal Jelly Foods participated in the Grand Rapids Business Boot Camp Pitch Competition. This endeavor is lead by Michigan Good Food Fund, a “thirty million dollar loan fund created to provide financing and business assistance to good food enterprises that increase healthy food access and spur economic opportunity in underserved communities across the state,” according to Jean Chorazyczewski, program director of Fair Food Network, a business parter of MGFF.

Chorazyczewski said both of the winners of the competition – Malamiah Juice Bar, first place, and Royal Jelly Foods, second – support the mission behind Good Food Fund.

“They are increasing access to healthy food, creating opportunities for jobs, and spurring the local food economy,” Chorazyczewski said.

Publicado por primera vez por Neu Magazine, October 5, 2018

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