How 2 Brooklyn Moms Are Reinventing School Lunch

Read Edible Brooklyn’s account of how Belinda and Felicia started Butter Beans with a passion for feeding children healthy food and a business plan that made it a success.

NYU Entrepreneurs Festival

Belinda DiGiambattista speaks on the panel Social Ventures: From Idea to Impact. Click to view

Off To A Strong Start

Stern Business “Off To A Strong Start” page 10 – Click to view

Heirloom Meals

Carol Murko from Heirloom Meals interviews Belinda Di Giambattista, Click Here to listen.

Your Business with JJ Ramberg

MSNBC’s Your Business with JJ Ramberg featuring Butter Beans, interviews Co-Founder and CEO Belinda DiGimabattista.
It’s not easy for a small business to distinguish itself from a much larger competitor, but that doesn’t mean you should go down without a fight. One entrepreneur quickly learned there is a way to steer customers away from bigger companies. In order to do that, she needed to make a good impression from the start.
Check out the link to see our lunch service in action

Butter Beans: Number 2108 on the 2015 Inc. 5000

Butter Beans, a health and wellness company and food service provider of homemade, healthy and delicious meals for schools and companies alike was acknowledged by Inc Magazine as one of Americas fastest growing small businesses on the Inc 5000 2015 List. They also offer a children’s camp that features a farm to table experience with farming trips, guest speakers, cooking classes, and more, connecting children with food.

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