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A Meal Kit With A Mission
Kia Ora! Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Our guest today is a New Zealand-based entrepreneur Lisa Booth (pictured above).
Lisa is the founder and CEO of Kete Kai, Aotearoa’s most accessible food box — a business that was born out of her frustration with the current food system at the start of last year.
Lisa’s passion for people, community and learning was what drove Kete Kai’s core values, which were based upon redesigning food systems within New Zealand and creating a more affordable, sustainable and accessible option for families on a budget.
Her long-term vision is to be part of the change that accomplishes Kete Kai’s Kaupapa which is to end hunger in Aotearoa by 2030.
Among the things discussed in this podcast are:
- How Lisa’s journey into entrepreneurship started?
- What motivated her to start Kete Kai?
- How is Kete Kai different from Hello Fresh and the other competitors?
Without further ado, let’s listen to the interview here:
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