How to Raise Healthy Eaters with Nurture Life

Adria Greenhauff
Feb 5, 2019 · 2 min read

This is episode 15 of the Better Food Stories interview series, which includes conversations with the entrepreneurs behind some of today’s newest and most innovative food brands.


Photo courtesy of Nurture LIfe

It’s no secret that meal kits are major disruptors in today’s food industry. From meal kits to weekly lunch and dinner options delivered fresh to your door, there has never been more healthy food options available with just a few clicks — and without every having to leave your house.

Photo courtesy of Nurture Life

Nurture Life is a healthy meal delivery service specifically designed for babies, toddlers and young children. The brand’s co-founder, Jennifer Chow, came up with the idea after experiencing the time consuming and often stressful process of cooking fresh, wholesome meals for her young son.

On this episode, Jennifer and I chat about:

  • How she went from being a marketing exec for the tech industry to running her own food business
  • How Nurture Life is disrupting the rapidly growing segment of healthy food delivery
  • How this company has built a brand that parents love and trust
  • What the first year of business is really like for a new food company

… and so much more.

Photo courtesy of Nurture Life

Click the link above to listen to my entire interview with Jennifer. And, sign up to the mailing list at if you want to get new episodes of the Better Food Stories interview series delivered straight to your inbox.

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