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Reading Roundup: August 13th, 2019

This week in food industry news: A startup disrupting food delivery by empowering drivers, a unique founder interview, and an exciting product launch.

Reading Roundup: August 13th, 2019

The news hits close to home this week, with two stories that feature our Foodboro Toolkit members. From a product launch to an in-depth interview, our members are making big moves this week. We're also reading about the company disrupting food delivery with digital tools that empower drivers to work for themselves.

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Ponder: This startup is helping food app delivery workers start their own damn delivery companies (TechCrunch)

With so many food delivery companies under scrutiny for their labor practices, it's the perfect time for entrepreneurs to create new solutions. Dumpling, a small tech startup, creates opportunities for drivers to start their own food delivery businesses rather than working for DoorDash or others. With custom web sites, a bank account, and an order management app, drivers are well on their way to entrepreneurship.

Listen: IRATE with Katherine Sprung - Laura Shafferman

Podcasts are even better when our members are featured! In this episode of IRATE with Katherine Sprung, she interviews Laura Shafferman of Legally Addictive Foods about making a career change and building a snack brand.

Read: The Bitter Housewife Announces Canned Bitters & Soda Line (BevNet)

More member news! The husband and wife team behind The Bitter Housewife, Genevieve and Dan Brazelton, are now launching a line of non-alcoholic canned soda and bitters. With the aromatic punch of a cocktail but without the baggage of ABV, Bitters and Soda is a perfect addition to the growing trend of "sober-curious" and lower-alcholic beverages.

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The news hits close to home this week, with two stories that feature our Foodboro Toolkit members. From a product launch to an in-depth interview, our members are making big moves this week. We're also reading about the company disrupting food delivery with digital tools that empower drivers to work for themselves.

Want to share some news? You can always let us know.

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Here's a rundown:

Ponder: This startup is helping food app delivery workers start their own damn delivery companies (TechCrunch)

With so many food delivery companies under scrutiny for their labor practices, it's the perfect time for entrepreneurs to create new solutions. Dumpling, a small tech startup, creates opportunities for drivers to start their own food delivery businesses rather than working for DoorDash or others. With custom web sites, a bank account, and an order management app, drivers are well on their way to entrepreneurship.

Listen: IRATE with Katherine Sprung - Laura Shafferman

Podcasts are even better when our members are featured! In this episode of IRATE with Katherine Sprung, she interviews Laura Shafferman of Legally Addictive Foods about making a career change and building a snack brand.

Read: The Bitter Housewife Announces Canned Bitters & Soda Line (BevNet)

More member news! The husband and wife team behind The Bitter Housewife, Genevieve and Dan Brazelton, are now launching a line of non-alcoholic canned soda and bitters. With the aromatic punch of a cocktail but without the baggage of ABV, Bitters and Soda is a perfect addition to the growing trend of "sober-curious" and lower-alcholic beverages.

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The news hits close to home this week, with two stories that feature our Foodboro Toolkit members. From a product launch to an in-depth interview, our members are making big moves this week. We're also reading about the company disrupting food delivery with digital tools that empower drivers to work for themselves.

Want to share some news? You can always let us know.

Our newsletter subscribers get our Reading Roundup delivered right to their inbox. Join them!

Here's a rundown:

Ponder: This startup is helping food app delivery workers start their own damn delivery companies (TechCrunch)

With so many food delivery companies under scrutiny for their labor practices, it's the perfect time for entrepreneurs to create new solutions. Dumpling, a small tech startup, creates opportunities for drivers to start their own food delivery businesses rather than working for DoorDash or others. With custom web sites, a bank account, and an order management app, drivers are well on their way to entrepreneurship.

Listen: IRATE with Katherine Sprung - Laura Shafferman

Podcasts are even better when our members are featured! In this episode of IRATE with Katherine Sprung, she interviews Laura Shafferman of Legally Addictive Foods about making a career change and building a snack brand.

Read: The Bitter Housewife Announces Canned Bitters & Soda Line (BevNet)

More member news! The husband and wife team behind The Bitter Housewife, Genevieve and Dan Brazelton, are now launching a line of non-alcoholic canned soda and bitters. With the aromatic punch of a cocktail but without the baggage of ABV, Bitters and Soda is a perfect addition to the growing trend of "sober-curious" and lower-alcholic beverages.

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