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Hatchery Networking – Juice Culture in Chicago

May 30 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm | $15

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Juice is one of the most competitive segments of the beverage industry. Join us to hear from a panel of juice industry entrepreneurs and experts as we dig into juice culture in Chicago!

About the panelists:

Kristina Sciarra

Harvest Juicery’s inception was Kristina Sciarra’s brainchild after spending time working in both the restaurant and wellness industries. After seeing her own health benefits from juicing, Kristina’s passion drove her to blend the two. Eventually, transforming an idea into the “modern-day milk-woman”, delivering cold-pressed juices around Chicago and in her own storefronts.

While HJ was establishing a brick and mortar business, they offered juices, nut milks, smoothies, avocado toasts, and seasonal bowls through organic or ‘hand-picked’ partnerships with local farms; integrating fresh herbs, spices, and 2-3 pounds of fruits and vegetables in each bottle. The end result: delicious, nutrient-dense food and drink.

As HJ evolved in the demand for expanded availability, we changed things up. Keeping our original recipes, we now solely offer our signature juice line for wholesale across the nation with one same principle: making healthy taste good, by offering a high-quality cold pressed juice. For everyone. For everyday.

Drink Up. Live Well.

Megan Klein is the Co-Founder & President of Field & Farmer. Klein developed a love of produce at an early age in Milwaukee, where her grandfather was a produce buyer and owner of one of the Midwest’s first discount grocery chains. It was from him she developed her firm belief that everyone should have access to healthy food at an affordable price. A lawyer and policy advocate by trade, Klein received her BA from Boston College and her JD from Fordham University School of Law. Before co-founding Here Foods (now Field & Farmer), Klein served as an environmental associate at Earthjustice, where she fought factory farms and fracking, and most recently as the President of FarmedHere, formerly the largest vertical farm in the United States. Committed to supporting farmers and promoting women within the food industry, Megan serves on the Associate Board of Family Farmed and was named one of the 2018 “Top Women in Grocery” by Progressive Grocer. In her spare time, Megan is an Executive MBA candidate at the Kellogg School of Management, expected graduation 2020.

Sue Quach is a Senior Beverage Technologist at Synergy Flavors. Sue is passionate about formulating beverages from non-alcohol to alcohol beverages with more than 15 years in the flavor industry. In her time in the beverage industry Sue has worked with some of the leading CPG beverage brands in the US. Sue holds a BS in Health science from  Purdue University.

Details

Date:
May 30
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$15
Website:
https://thehatcherychicago.ticketspice.com/hatchery-networking-may-2019

Organizer

Natalie
Phone:
312-421-3941
Email:
Natalie@thehatcherychicago.org
Website:
http://thehatcherychicago.org/

Venue

The Hatchery Chicago
135 North Kedzie Avenue
Chicago, IL 60612 United States
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Phone:
3122835723
Website:
thehatcherychicago.org

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