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01:36 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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03:26 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Around with their buddies and he's like Oh! This is what California's why. He's eight a lot of police. You allow him to wear. Sandals. Lobster? Nothing like. Schooling your suit. seriously. I think could function in like the Tote I. in fact I am sure I could not function in the totally suited up life. No, it'd be Raff right? Yeah, to rough just like very just changes your whole entire dynamic, and it makes you just like this PC asshole. Like just like metamorphose into. God that's hilarious. It's true you. Wear cufflinks. What the Fuck Zach yourself too seriously. Is that a pocket square? What are you doing over there? Banquet going on, you have a pocket, square and cufflinks. Can Pocket Square planting. On something in their. Awesome so so you guys right now. You're obviously just launched this new Kito Line. Yeah, the protein line. That's already super, delicious and awesome that you've been doing for a while. You're getting more distribution link. What's the next year two three years? Look look like for you and Koya. Dhamma, mateen domination combination, yes, world domination, actually our mission is to spread plant based nutrition to the masses. Yeah, you know that food desert thing kind of hits home. It's like how can we have products like Koya in grocery stores? How can we pave the way for? For other healthy products to be in these like comedian stores, and the smaller stores where you know in debt are in food, deserts, and have like you know cheap crap. Like how can we provide a better option at a affordable price and give you the nutrition? They actually tastes good, and you're not compromising on anything, so that's our. That's our goal like world domination. On! There's a bunch of very easy and AMIS for you to go after I. Feel like even in like the faking. For Protein space, so yeah, yeah, there's a lot of targets on a lot of backs right now. I feel like Oh. Yeah. Yeah, and you know what I think. The the thing I love most about this industry you know we can be. Who you be a little catty, but we're always. All of us are pretty much go after the big guys. We're not really going to each other. Actually. We're all working towards the same goal and kick them out. It. That's right. Yeah that's. Actually is a great point like it was in the food space. Yeah, you're competing maybe with your direct competitors natural foods, but really you're competing against the big guys and the incumbents, and you know those multibillion dollar CPG organizations like that's who we're really going after a unit exactly, we're a little natural food army. Foods Malaysia. Love it. So where can they find more about Koya and yourself go to just drink Koya? Yes. Nailed it K IRA is how you spell Koyo, drink Koya! DRINK KOYA DOT com. You know facebook group. We got really cool secret if you're really into. The.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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02:07 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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03:33 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"That's probably why people don't really care about the environment too. Because, he's still doing. That's actually a great point. Yeah, yeah, because if you do grow up in the concrete jungle, you're used to you. know the garbage man coming every Sunday or whatever and there's trash in the streets and shit everywhere all the time and in nature like there's no one to go clean up your mess. Exactly his. You have to respect nature. And? These people they don't respect it. Because the they're not. They don't fill part of it. They just feel like maybe inconvenience. Oh well, maybe we need to build on this land. Is just yeah, it's it's a different perspective so I'm. Thankfully, there's a lot of. Talk Right now. Climate Change and sustainability and everybody's jumping on the bandwagon. As they like to do so. Maybe we'll see some change in the future I hope so, and we need more people out into the forest for sure Oh, yeah, how can we do that I don't know, but we gotta figure out some planning. We got a start like a nonprofit called Gabon the four before bitch. Kidding. It's an initiative to help. People care more about the environment has four create a healthier world to live in. A Real I do feel like there is a need for that though I really do. Feel like people would want to do it, too, they would. And so, what Where did you grow up when Abraham to grope in south side of Chicago Soundtrack Chicago, and how different is that from la? Tilly! It's very segregated You know like I, said Food Desert Everybody's just trying this revive. Some people don't even make. Too intimidated to step outside of their neighborhood because they feel like they don't belong anywhere else and then here in La. Everybody's just like you know. No one cares about what race you are more like a classes. You know everybody just like integrated living together the very calm, a lot of noise out in the street. Which I love Oh. My God I'm so used to hearing sirens all the time. Even live downtown Chicago was always sirens. Some of those getting hurt. Someone's getting shot and here is like it literally is lowland. It's like unreal. Yeah, it's the to me. One of the best places to live in the United States la is It's interesting because I think a lot of people don't know what else is now like. And they think of smog or they think of Hollywood I think if something. But it's actually not very smoggy Hollywood's very kind of small spot. You know of his ball. Part of La and it really is sort of a really beautiful place. When did you? When did you move here three years ago three years? And it was crazy because you know, I've found my place online I saw at the day I, moved in that was how abrupt the move was, so it was kind of like taking a leap of faith in seeing like well. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out, but this is my first time really moving away from home, so we just going to insert myself into a new environment. See how it goes and has turned out great. That's sick. Yeah, and so, what prompted the move to? La Was it for the business yet definitely wanted to be closer to co-manufacture because of course. Have that I. Do it right there? And do you think I mean? I moved to L. A. for the same reason from San. Diego before You know I feel like the bigger cities like this are certain hubs. The can have the talent in you know for lack of a better term kind of the I dunno, the societal steam of some kind that.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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01:48 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"London as like no. Other foxes. Saving! More, enough trashing animals. And nothing really cool I probably would forget a mountain, lion or something crock show. For. Bear or bear yeah, which I used to think. We're really friendly. Until I like went down the the deep dark web in south solid. All my God I'm on my favorite. Bear attack. Skill. That's right. I watch a lot of. Animal attack videos. Yeah just a prepares. You know just because it's like. What nature does like that's hey. Yeah, it's Yogi bear. Not Real. No, no boo boo also not real. Advertisement for thought they bears were right. They're cute and cuddly, and they've like eat peanut butter. And Jelly and ship yeah an honey. Generally they eat humans. Right. There was this giant giant bear that I came upon in June this year I was backpacking in Seattle and It was the biggest bear. Seem thing was e Nora's huge may Obama's by himself. Yeah it was. It was cool Razi. Unfortunately, he didn't want anything to do with us, I have my sidearm. Fortunately, so I felt fine. But yeah he was you. Don't you also realize how athletic they are? Because the bears kind of inner about this bear you know, and he's maybe thirty yards away or something like that and he's do do do do just like hanging out. Is GonNa win? Leave falling through the grass and the forest, and then he sees this.

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03:24 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Yeah. Husky Doberman. That's a move. That's cool. What kind of stuff do doing besides like obviously running a awesome, tasty, delicious, healthy successful beverage brand? Yeah, my social life is beverage industry, but I love it I love it. I. Get to travel and speak to cool people i. get the meat so many cool people like I'm always fan, grill and like. This person and they actually WanNa talk to me. And then you know I love a huge outdoor enthusiasts now ever since I moved to California I, just like dip my feet into water and now Mike Okay. Wasn't. Where's the next trail? Like Woodson next extreme sports that I could try out is like love, the great outdoors always going on like fun. Little trip did Yosemite of course boulders. They're doing some hikes and yeah with the Oregon. So you, the national parks and stuff now and so you're new to the outdoors, yes. New Three years real vet. Awesome. I go backpacking and stuff all the time and hunting and whatnot, so yeah. What? What What campsite where you at in Yosemite Parcel, which one so we did a mistrial? Brin nearly glacier point we to make it all the way up there so like half dome. Hike and then we were. is really good. Time here because that's where all the waterfalls or like at their peak, and it was just like well. It become two weeks won't be here, so we did a lot of those cool hikes and Gossiping Grief Photos. I love photography's I. Take Nature Photos all the time. Yeah, we stayed out there. I think he was just like a two day trip and you know with some friends who actually got engaged at Yosemite were. When you were there now? We want to go back. You can. Excuse good enough for me to gets Yosemite. That's ethics like yeah, well. One thing is Yosemite is ultra beautiful like nobody. If you've never gone there, you gotta go. 'cause the waterfall you go into this big valley, and there's just waterfalls falling all around you as you're driving in just like this really beautiful and epic landscape and the weirdest looking rocks you've ever seen like flat sides of cliffs and Shit. It's pretty wild. It's like you're living in a wonderland like it's like avatars. It's crazy I was like wow, the earth can do this, and this is in my backyard. It's incredible. It's not that hard to get to know. It's not I feel I. Don't know what the percentage of people are. Who get to make it to places like that, but it's not nearly as high as it should be. Yeah, you're right. I think a lot of people also a little intimidated especially by the hikes like Oh, by this is, this is so narrow like you know I'm not in the best shape I'm not gonNa make it is like no, they're they're. They're a smaller hikes and things that you can do that I see. People bring their children there all the time and you know the older people younger people people of all ages, and all backgrounds is just taking that leap, and doing it not overthinking it right? Yeah, that's right and the outdoors have a weird effect on on your brain. I. Don't know if you feel like this, but when I'm out there, it's almost like an odd sense of clarity. It's like devoid of Wifi and Bluetooth.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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02:07 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Do we are we pro? GMO or we do need to take action now. Kind of prevent that from happening in the future. The GMO subject is really really fascinating to it, so you have like the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that are very very pro GMO and you know in places that are not America right where they don't have sort of a constant and stable agricultural food supply GMO's can actually feed lots of people and prevent them from starving to death, right exactly, and then simultaneously in the US like yeah, but you know we don't want GMO's because of welfare litany of reasons right a lot of pesticide usage roundup ready crops biodiversity of this. You know just this. Monolithic weird like you know not really a natural version of farming pesticide residue in all these reasons, and it's really interesting, delicate balance, and it's like not all are the same either right. It's like some of the GMO's are made to resist pesticides, which is like terrible, right raised. Dump much pesticide. You want on crop ill in. It never dies. But, then, if you GMO like tomato, so it lasts lake five days longer from spicing it with gene from a Mingo. It's like okay well. That's probably fine. Yeah, long as you're not like putting a budget like weird chemicals on right. Yeah, yeah, I mean they're? I'm sure they'll figure out. You know better solutions for feeding the masses in the future like He does better farming solutions. But yet totally not down with the Monsanto thing. Argument Has Guys Yeah. It's interesting right and a Lotta food. Science programs are funded by Monsanto in the wake Dow chemical and the rest of them. Have you ever taken the drive from? We're in Los Angeles now. Have you ever driven up like through Central Valley through Fresno and stuff? Where the farms are where they're decals us like like on top of each other and like just laying in their own. or even by like the orange farms. There's all these billboards and all the billboards for GMO seeds Oh. Really.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

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02:15 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"And people wanna hear that they want to hear that out of their favorite stored at their store cares about them, so they're taking initiative to bring in more healthy products. Yeah, and more really can move the needle to. There's such an enormous business like it's a half. A trillion dollars like a five hundred billion dollar revenue business allow yeah, well in college. Kids love it right. Some some places. where I grew up. There wasn't a super bowl. There's like a regular Walmart and then they put Sumer Super Walmart in an like way out way way way out in the country, and so like everybody from everywhere is driving like an hour and a half hour, even just get to the mart to shop four anything. Yeah, stuff by like almost a cusco. You're like buying things you know stocking up because the low price is and you. You probably have a big family. No, maybe not you, but you know. Most of people have large families. They live in the middle of nowhere. That might live in a food desert, so they have to stop at Walmart closest this thing as everything fruit deserts isn't that interesting concept yet is food deserts I? Know I grew up in one. Explain a food desert food desert. Basically, there are no grocery stores miles. You know there's no you have to eat fast food. Because there, there is no place to buy groceries insane and had the walk. I had to walk like a mile and a half to get the or drive, and what if I don't have a car? You know screwed skateboard here and so I'm forced to eat unhealthy food because it's available and it's cheap versus me going to grocery store, and picking out fruits and vegetables and cooking for myself and. Creating a healthy environment for my family. I don't have the opportunity to do so. That's what a food desert is near mostly and low income areas Yeah, it's interesting like in. Even that was a very food desert like area. Everyone's eight fast food. It's just so cheap. It just like insanely cheap, you know. Go Get yourself a McDonald's mcchicken for seventy nine cents or WHATEVER THEY COST! You know it's it's. It's a really interesting thing because they've been. They've been able to sort of. Make this really really cheap food. That's like partially, not food you.

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02:53 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"SHRIMP APP TO JIM boy. The textures perfect. It's worth seven dollars. Now I'M GONNA. have to go and try one of those. So, this is a seven dollar. Mushroom field adapted Jin donut probably Keno. It's probably packed. What else they're doing it. That'd be zero sugar, but it tastes like it's fifty. It's airlines like the experimental spot like the experimental food hot spot right now. Oh, yeah! Really expensive, but also all the cutting edge, cool shit, you go in there and see what the new trends are before. They even hit whole foods, and just the product selection is incredible. I feel like I'm in a different country. When walk in there just because they have so many cool items right I. Wonder you see Walmart Newtalk. These are Walmart right the. Warmer yeah to Walmart congratulations on that by the way. It's really really really awesome Walmart is taking more and more steps in that direction. Really really fast, right? It's like yeah, we want organic. We want natural foods. We want these things that are better for you and functional, and all these different things and I. See them doing it I wonder how long it's going to be before Walmart is like whole foods is now. A while right, think about the Walmart customer late they want to be healthy, but you know you have to kind of drive the price down because they're not gonna pay for healthy, and then on a little intimidated by so it was like the products that they're accepting are more on the I. Understand this, but I'm not intimidated by. Right yes. It has had that like perfect mixture. You can't just throw in like a atomic. You know or adapt Dejan Latina's bottled and expect people to know or by especially, if it's like five dollars, it's so as not going to be a whole foods in a while. You're seven dollar. Mushroom and data didn't donuts and Walmart anytime soon. I guess unfortunately not. Don't think that's going to happen. That is why I think a couple of the very first brands I ever saw in Walmart were. SAMBA's on Yeah, yeah, it was a while ago and then I. Don't know if we're trying to figure it out. But since then I mean they've taken in all kinds of things now. It's really interesting, but it's like okay. They're taking it in. Is it moving right? That's the question that is a question and I wonder, too. If they're putting on sort of a different set of KPI's relative to your, you know your full full octane Coca Cola's in your, you know full octane flaming hot cheetos. He added. They know they're going like palettes and Palettes. They're like okay. We'll lure standards for these healthy products because it makes us look great. It's shows that we care about our consumers.

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The Nik Ingersoll Show

02:47 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"They're like is Pasta Kito and or chips keyed. CARBS. Exactly, it's like obviously no people have no idea, but I feel like. It just shows you that the word Tito is so sexy. Right to howl that people are just trying to find anything as Kito the trying to find it. Who? How has that product launch? Because actually? When did you launch? That was this year? Yeah, we actually launched product that the beginning of this year January. Start off fresh new year new you. So it's been amazing for us, The Trojan horse into mass markets mass retailers like Walmart and you know Costco they. They all want like every. That's all their customers are talking about the buzz of Kito so we have Akito product, and it tastes amazing. They're like we want it, and then you're like. Oh wait you have other products taste good. Okay, we'll take those two, so it's It's like ninety five percent and sales for is it did not cannibalize the core line which is amazing because that's always concerned. That was going to be question actually. Yeah, look at you. Yeah that was my next question. You know oftentimes when people introduce new lines of products or new flavors like just going to cannibalize the current sales that we're experiencing whatever it is and walking into the key line and having that sort of anti cannibalisation mindset. How did that inform your product development and the way that you marketed it like what made it different for than sort of the protein angle? What made it? Kito was just taking out of the sugar that you possibly could, and then maybe adding mcat like. How did you think through that whole thing? Yeah, so we did like a coconut milk slash coconut water base Keep that sugar really low still no added sugar Keeping the car was very low high fat, so it was like mcat we have. Very High Grade C. T. oil I think it was called C, eight, C, eight one other companies bulletproof. So. Yeah just having actually I think it's yeah, it's. So just having those call outs we changed. The call outs on the packaging Sit a little leaflet that we have the top of our packaging. It says on our core line eighteen grams of protein, but we don't call out the protein on the Keel. I would call out the mcat oil. So that's very important because you thinking about what those consumers are looking for when looking for Keita products, so it's just like. Tweaking the messaging a little bit and you know seeing with grabs consumers is were going to be changing. Our Choline Sake Koyo Protean. How quick he! So just making sure that the meshing just very straightforward right and what are the macro is like on the Keough shake five net carbs twelve rooms.

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02:03 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Did you know when you're thinking about the taste element of it was? How did you think about the formulation of that? Was it? These are the flavors that are popular now. That we've tried and tested and we think are good. Did you try to consumers? And like? How did you come up with those flavors and then and then formulate them because like I said they're. They actually taste really really good, yeah? I mean it's a little bit of. Let's start off with the basics to vanilla and the chocolate. Let's make the chocolate really like rich like a cow powder. So once we had those we were very fortunate to have really good relationships with the smaller mom and pop shops that will allow us to go in and demo the product even when we're in the middle of formulation just. Just like try it out and consumers get their feedback. We go back to our little commercial kitchen and reformulate according to like what the masses thought. Okay. Oh, it's a little bitter. Okay, so like. Let's make a little lighter and little just like sweeter on the taste. Just kind of adjusting I think that's the beauty of having a small business and startup because once you get. Bigger, it's really hard to go back and reform late in the just like every week, so we did that until we felt like we had a really really great flavor. It was like selling out like crazy and then when it came to extensions is like well. What appears well with Almond Milk? So before we had a Pumpkin, we had chai. You're kind of looking at a even like. Oh, we're drinks starbucks coming out, you know and then again the same process going into the stores, identifying the product and getting feedback adjusting accordingly. Ryan, so you do all that in the early stage in them. That way by the time they're does come knockin. You're like yeah, no problem we can. Go! Check out this vanilla bean protein chain was up. And so now you have a kito line of products, and so does all the hotness. At the current moment, a lot of people don't even know what that is. Actually I was looking at Google trends, the other day and googling Tito, and just like other words people are searching for and.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

The Nik Ingersoll Show

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"At exactly. Like thousands. Hannity, that's another one of those barriers like you're saying right like once and once you hit the big leagues. You got all your ducks, and you have to have the funding and all those things and one of those reasons that you need at least the funding opponent. Is that well? If you want to know what storytelling in and knowing, you have to buy data packages very expensive very expensive. Yeah, it's almost not fair. Yeah, you might say it's built for giant multi-billion dollar multinational corporations for. It now you see a Only one person survived. Because you're like Oh. My God I just thought you. Throw the product on show in. It's their right and it sells because people like an looks cool boots food. Meyer should be fine. NEW Quite that is yeah, so now you're getting the DISD thing. And and so these are they primarily going into like convenience stores, and that sort of thing? Yeah, they're hitting all those up. Mom and pop accounts for you that the the big guys won't touch because you know they. They work with minimum at the little. Guys can't afford, so it's like. How do you you reach the Danny's little local market DSP? Those are the guys. Will actually go in there and put your signs up and plays and things, and if you experienced yet any of this sorta like yeah, now, beverage industry knife fight stuff where like people are ripping your signs down and peeling your stickers off coolers and like all this insane shit. I cannot recall that being done to us but I it's so funny I literally went into a store. The other day to whole foods actually No, we have had it you. Like having more space. Other deals came in and ages bullied you out of your space, and they made more room for their product, which is a competitor, but no recently went to whole foods I was looking for this. T- that I really like clean energy and They were like. Oh, well, it should be a cold cooler, but now it's on the dry shove. Oh, but their competitor was just in your earlier this week moving stuff around dirty, so it makes sense I was like all that's. That's what happened. Yes, what happens there? It happens actually in the snack part of the business to, but especially in in convenience like there's just this culture going in there and ripping people shutdown. That's rude. It's crazy. Yeah, and know the stores. Larger stores are cracking down on that on. It's probably why they don't want them in the store that much. So that's why they have these plans. And then they're just itching. They're like waiting for the the plan again kind.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

The Nik Ingersoll Show

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Just flush down the toilet. So, we called in. A favor. Like Oh. My God like here's our situation like you know or else. We're out of business. They let a slide in for like an emergency. Run you know we had to. It was actually it was like something as little as like missing kill step. We didn't have before because when you're scaling. Of course. So you know fix that. Shifted. You're good to go into the store. I know I mean I mean if we if we. So we could have the problem with that is when we shipped. We weren't like we were a little bit late, so we didn't hit. All the stories are once so that we had to kind of catch up with out of stocks and I'm starting at the Voids That was tough. It was like three months of lake, chasing our tails, trying to fill the voids that we missed on that first shipment, so nothing was perfect we had everything and he had dreams there, and then it was just like oh! Here comes the the downward spiral. That always happens when you have you know everything happens great, and you're like okay. What when Shit GonNa hit the fan I know it. And then it was hitting the fan wild. That is so wild and the voids. Again basically means that your product just isn't on shelf and a place to should be on shelf exactly, and did you go around and say okay now we're just going to go into every individual retail location, and just talk to the buyer and get it on shelves. Like how did you solve that that problem of stores that should have product not having it after the initial delay. Well, that's pretty tough, right? You can't do it on your own it. It was only three of US literally. Three of US I working for the company at that time, so we had to hire merchandisers, and those merchandisers were people feed on the street who can go into every single store? And you literally had to be like micromanaging like like making lists every week. Did you check this out? Check this off? Thankfully, whole foods like gives you data, so you can actually like. See Imagine if it was another store. Yeah, it's hard very hard and a lot of stores don't actually do that a lot of stores. They don't give you the data to look at exactly. Like thousands. Hannity, that's another one of those barriers like you're saying right like once and once you hit the big leagues. You got all your ducks, and you.

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

The Nik Ingersoll Show

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"Knowing that. Especially in beverage, the amount of cash start up capital that you have to have to launch a product like think about everything goes into production ingredients like everything goes into your call especially with those refrigerator product shipping, so yeah, it's really hard to sustain. Pass a year right and is everything that you guys ship is at all refrigerated. Who Yeah and so having all refrigerated supply. Supply Jane is a whole different cost structure. Right because you know instead of just being able to ship something via Fedex. Got Worry about that thing getting warm and you know if you're shipping pallets and trucks of these things that dollar amount adds up pretty quick, it does, and of course there are way more trucks available that ship. What is it that I'm sorry? Non Perishable Yeah. Word, what does the word only perishable? But? Yeah, they're a lot more people that ship nonperishable. Then there are shipped perishable, and then you have to think about. To See like direct consumer, are you do that? No, no, no, so like for us. What we're doing is using ARDITA. See more as a place where people can buy things in bulk or they can't do that in store. Just, appeasing the customers he ask, it's a it could be a place where you can offer exclusives tryout, maybe product for. The consumers react to it. Get some feedback, but is it a sales driver for us being a perishable product? Now Yeah? That's actually really interesting way to to use it though right because if you know, you're selling perishable product that has to be cold all the time, and you can't have sort of a DC giant business as a result than what you do, then you do stuff like that. It's actually a really interesting and creative way to view it actually. How did you guys come with that? That's a really good question and. Obviously City well, we. We had an opportunity last year. Where we could begin selling online, and so we were like okay well, let's just do it, but you know now we can. We have the ability to have subscriptions and have a loyal customer base, and you know kind of like really built out like a newsletter program again. give you know exclusive deals to our loyal customers, and so we saw this entire way the we can kind of build a community online through this little driver and we just we're refining it now. Of course you kind of just push things out. See Rakes refine later. But I think it's been. It's been going pretty well for us. Just as an awareness driver, and appeasing those loyal loyal customers or even customers that are in bumble fuck, Minnesota. Have no health food stores, and your them and they really wanNA order the product then they're gonNA. Order it online, but that's awesome, and so when you guys I got into whole foods. What was that like? What was the you know, so? You have a ton of beverages snacks, and in even retail store and he grocery store. You can have five thousand skews something like that even more and so like what really hooked on like. What was the process like? Like talking to the buyer, and and doing all that so we before we got into whole foods, we run about forty stores that was across two states so Chicago and Michigan and then we actually lived really close to the regional office in Chicago of the whole entire Midwest well so winner for meeting. They allowed us to do a test in two stores. I think it. Lincoln the Kingsbury Location and Lincoln Park location so Nick Lakeview. Like, very link apart, so did that. proved ourselves out, and then were invited for that big big big meeting. Because, of course they're really excited about something. That's new and innovative. which it was you know at the time when you see some competitors now, but we were kind of at the forefront of the nut trend on, but during that time it's really funny. We went to a rebrand to so then again. The skepticism came from whole foods or like. Are you guys ready for us? You know we need you. Guys have all your ducks in a role like you need to have. Your production facility already lined up for co-manufacturing the self. Manufacturing is no more like can't do that anymore. You need to have a shelf life. That's like past thirty days where you're only real ended thirty eight show. Like, we had all these things that we were getting away with. And when you get to whole food, you really have to have all your ducks in a row. You have to have funding. We have to be prepared for whatever they're going to whatever deal. They're gonNA. Give you, so. We actually had stopped selling Oliver other stores In at the beginning of two thousand sixteen kind of just went back to the drawing board, reformulated no change process method to get a longer shelf life. We rebranded. We came up with quakes richer five before and yeah, we presented the whole foods. They were super impressed the. National L. which is amazing and never happens, and then there's like Yay, but then because I only fuck. We're going from forty to four hundred stores overnight. As amazing as Get in there, right? You got your product you doing doing a reform which co manufacturing facilities, who no longer doing self manufacturing, and then and then also changing the name and the. I mean that's a lot of stuff to do such a short amount of time, oh yeah. I'm like how heaven aged have no idea I. Remember was like twenty four hour days from anywhere from like reformulation to dislike brand name expirations, and like everything was packed into that short period of time. That's what it takes. You have to grind for what you want. There's no cutting corners when it comes to that. This is the big time..

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"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

The Nik Ingersoll Show

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"maya french" Discussed on The Nik Ingersoll Show

"How are you pretty good? Thanks for coming on this show narrowly intro gnarly interim indeed. Just, get out and start dancing or something house Andrew. You feel it makes me feel really hype. Unlike I'm ready. We're fist-bump and right now. You can't see because this is audio only, but yeah, it's what we're doing. So I have a bunch of questions for you, so the beverage business is like this really crazy business right so you're basically taking a heavy liquid and shipping it across the US. There's the whole different distribution system where you're dealing with a lot of smaller direct sales, distributors, and asking you for equity, and and sort of there's like almost a mafia component to the whole thing like what's been like the deal with. Oh. Yeah I, mean I think every year is different stage of the business which we have to deal with. Different people so starting out. It's probably really easy you're. Innocent. You don't really know much, and you can kind of use that to your advantage. But also being conscious of not being taken advantage of by these big guys, but we were very lucky early on because we received a national deal with whole foods, which opened up with unify nationwide, so we really didn't have to worry about any smaller distributors until later so that just you know stores are able to look at look at the log and pick us out, or we go to the distributor shows and be right in front of the people, so they can. Just you know order than there? This year we're really starting to open up into smaller DSD's and that's tricky because of the mafia aspect. The Mafia's real his actually. They have these territories like wait. Will you know this distributor that we're working with this larger district? Services to store in this territory. So how can we make it work? Oh, we can't. We can't work with you, and then you see your competitor the next month, and all these accounts and you're like. Exactly! So I mean it can be really really hard to navigate just like being strategic about who you choose your partners and then. The equities! That was not on the table for us. As it shouldn't be exactly as it should be anybody out there, it's easy equity. Yeah, that's kind of wild, so see I started off in whole foods and. For, those of you listening that are in the food and beverage beverage Biz that means that essentially you don't ship directly to whole foods. You shipped to a distributor and the distributor actually ships to the retailer itself, and so to go straight into unify. That's kind of a crazy setup for these. DSP's to rank, is they're? They're distributing everywhere exactly until their territory is. Dorrie and even like for some places we switched over to Diaz de Just because we need, it more is on the pro on the product and DISD also work as a merchandiser. If you have a really close relationship with them, they'll take really care of your product versus you shipping into these big distributors, and they kind of leave it on shelves Oh God can spend extra money for merchandisers. Gets really confusing. Those guys are almost like a glorified trucking companies. Yeah, they are. Like give them a bunch of margin. Just ship things in a truck and it's it's a monopoly till yeah. I wonder what will happen. with unify and in whole foods, so Amazon acquired whole foods a couple of years ago now and Amazon is kind of well known for the whole distribution and fulfillment thing exactly Joe. Donald is going to happen unify, but shaking into boots. Yeah, I think so I think so and insecure. Probably the same I know, but what does that mean for us for as brand you know? Are. We going to get you know. I don't want to curse. You. fucked. Now. Do they have all of this control? That's a great question. I wonder I wonder if we will yeah, you know I mean they could totally do it completely. Do they already do it on Amazon Dot Com if you're vendor brand, yeah. We.

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"maya french" Discussed on WREK

WREK

04:00 min | 4 years ago

"maya french" Discussed on WREK

"The citizens idiot journalists and public intellectuals pretend despotism is democracy it hit intelligence operatives orchestrate the overthrowing a foreign governments to create lawless enclaves that give rise to enraged fanatics at idiot professors experts and specialists busy themselves with unintelligible jargon and arcane theory that buttress the policies of the rulers idiot entertainers and producers create lurid spectacles of sex gore and fantasy there is a familiar checklist for extinction we are taking off every item on it the idiots no only one were more they are unencumbered by common sense they horde wealth and resources until workers cannot make a living any infrastructure collapses they live in prison which compounds where they eat chocolate cake in order missile strikes they see the state as a projection of their own vanity the roman maya french habsburg ottoman romanoff wilhelm mine pa lobby and soviet dynasty's crumbled because the whims and ups sessions of ruling idiots were law trump is the face of our collective idiocy here's is what lies behind the mask of our professed civility and rationality a sputtering narcissistic bloodthirsty meglomaniac this face in the past was hidden at least two most white americans but with the destruction of democratic institutions and the disk empowerment of the citizen the oligarchy and the kleptocrats have become brazen they no longer need to pretend they steal and lie openly they wheeled army some fleets against the wretched of the earth blyth flee ignore the looming catastrophe caused by global warming and cannibalize the nation while at night like some monster from the ground gignoux the idiot in chief overseeing are self immolation sets slackjawed in front of a television set before opening his beautiful twitter account forget the firing of james colmey forget the paralysis in congress forget the inanity of a press that covers our descent into tyranny as if it were a sports contest between corporate republicans and corporate democrats or all of these show starring arman i uphold president for the noise the crisis we face is not in body in the public images of the politicians that run or dysfunctional government the crisis we face is the result of a four decadelong hong slowmotion corporate coup data that has left corporations and the war machine napo turned our electoral system into legalized bribery and elevated public figures who master the art of entertainment and artifice trump is the simple system symptom he is not the disease are descent into despotism began with.

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"maya french" Discussed on WREK

WREK

03:35 min | 4 years ago

"maya french" Discussed on WREK

"The overthrowing a foreign governments to create lawless enclaves that give rise to enraged fanatics had idiot professors experts and specialists busy themselves with unintelligible jargon and arcane theory that buttress the policies of the rulers idiot entertainers and producers create lurid spectacles of sex go four and fantasy there is a familiar checklist for extinction we are ticking off every item on it the idiots no only one were more they are unencumbered by common sense they horde wealth and resources until workers cannot make a living and the infrastructure collapses they live in privileged compounds where they eat chocolate cake in order missile strikes they see the state as a projection of their own vanity the roman maya french habsburg ottoman romanoff wilhelm mine pa lavi and soviet dynasty's crumbled because the whims and a sessions of ruling idiots were law trump is the face of our collective idiocy here's what lies behind the mask of our professed civility and rationality a sputtering narcissistic bloodthirsty meglomaniac this face in the past was hidden at least two most white americans but with the destruction of democratic institutions and the dis empowerment of the citizen the oligarchy and the kleptocrats have become brazen they no longer need to pretend they steal and lie openly they wheeled armies and fleets against the wretched of the earth bly flee ignore the looming catastrophe caused by global warming and cannibalize the nation while it nigh like some monster from the ground in your oh the idiot in chief overseeing are self immolation sets slackjawed in front of a television set for opening his beautiful twitter account forget the firing of james colmey forget the paralysis in congress forget the inanity of oppress that covers our descent into tyranny as if it were a sports contest between corporate republicans and corporate democrats or aladi show starring arman i appeal president forget the noise the crisis we face is not body in the public images of the politicians that run our dysfunctional government but crisis we face is the result of a four decadelong aung slowmotion corporate who data that has left corporations and the war machine armed turned our electoral system into legalized bribery and elevated public figures who master the.

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