Ravi Jolly co-founded I Heart Keenwah during business school at the University of Chicago. He has since grown it into a sustainable, ethical, and DELICIOUS company that focuses its products around quinoa.
Some of the things we discuss in this conversation are: his upbringing in rural Pennsylvania, his Kardashian obsession, why he’s so into quinoa, the fair trade world, how his new baby has affected the company, and much more.
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Intro/outro music by Ellis Delta: soundcloud.com/ellisdelta
Acoustic/Pop/Rock/Alternative – Acoustically driven instrumental (DOWNLOAD LINK IN INFO) by Hyde – Free Instrumentals https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic
SHOW NOTES: People/places/things mentioned in episode
- Punjab deli: www.yelp.co.jp/biz/punjabi-grocery-and-deli-new-york
- Smorgasbord: www.smorgasburg.com/
- Greenpoint Food Market: www.yelp.com/biz/greenpoint-food-market-brooklyn
- NY Times article on quinoa: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/20/world/americas/20bolivia.html
- ANAPQUI: www.anapqui.org.bo/
- Sunac: www.yelp.com/biz/sunac-natural-brooklyn-2