Agatha Achindu is the founder of Yummy Spoonfuls, an innovative company that makes flash-frozen baby food from fresh, organic and wholesome ingredients.
In this episode, Agatha shared about how she went from making healthy baby food out of her own kitchen to starting a business borrowing money from her own 401(k), to today with a national brand that’s distributed through Whole Foods and Target, with tons of celebrity customers including current co-owner Camila Alves, model-designer and wife of actor Matthew McConaughey. Agatha talked about the lessons she learned in growing the business, including how to get your product into the hands of customers when you had no distribution channels, and how to find balance between the roles of mother, wife and entrepreneur while living your purpose.
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“Don’t be afraid to go right to the top (to get your product in the door).”
– Agatha Achindu
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