On this episode, we have Ash Glover-Ganapathiraju who is the Founder and CEO at Ojaswe.
Ojaswe is supporting regenerative agriculture with their lineup of pantry staple items like pancake and muffin mix made with regeneratively grown chickpeas.
In this episode, we learn about how Ojaswe’s product mix is truly farmer-first and regeneratively inspired, Ash shares how being a queer, BIPOC, and immigrant founder has shaped her journey, her brand, and her products, plus we dive deep into the most urgent issue facing the immediate and long-term future of regenerative brands.
🥞 Ojaswe’s pantry staples made with regen chickpeas
🤯 Moving from India to Arkansas
☕ Working in big CPG and turning down sustainability roles
👏 Empowering everyday eaters through regen CPG
💯 Why food is emotional and there is no “one right answer”
🔥 How smaller brands are paving the way in regenerative
🎯 Building products based on the needs of farmers
🙏 Ash’s experience as a queer, BIPOC, & immigrant founder
👉 The biggest (certification) problem facing all regen brands
🤠 How brand collaboration and retailer support get regen to scale
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