Bradmer Foods is pleased to announce its successful investment in California-based seafood company Blue Horizon Wild, its fifth portfolio company. Blue Horizon is a leading supplier of healthy and clean branded seafood products to the North American market.
Adam Borden was recently interviewed by Khalil Akhtar, the resident Food Geek at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, about the growing trend of cupcake shops. Borden asserts that cupcakes’ staying power is linked to the nostalgia they produce and people’s ability to readily identify with them.
Adam Borden was recently quoted in a New York Times article on the cupcake business. The article talks about how different entrepreneurs run cupcake businesses, and The Times sought Adam’s opinion for a broader perspective. This article was also picked up by The AARP Bulletin as well as the food blog Cookin With Mama.
Adam Borden speaks on Radio Kitchen, a production of WYPR, the Baltimore NPR affiliate, with hosts Al Spoler and Chef Jerry Pellegrino about some of the more esoteric specialty food and beverage trends he noticed at the 2009 Summer Fancy Food Show, including Black Garlic, Smart Juice’s purple carrot juice, and Fentimans’ ginger beer and orange jigger.
Adina for Life has just launched a new line of beverages called Holistics that aim to convey the brand’s tagline of “Drink No Evil.” The company went through an exhaustive design process to optimize its packaging which is what Brandweek chose to profile.
Food Entrepreneurship expert, Adam Borden, speaks on the Kojo Nnamdi Show, a production of the Washington, D.C. NPR affiliate, WAMU. Adam speaks with Kojo and a number of callers about food entrepreneurship and how budding cheese makers and cookie bakers can turn their hobby into a business.
Adam Borden is quoted in the Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability Journal (LOHAS), a leading publication focused on socially responsible business practices. The article discusses various ways companies can secure financing in today’s economy.
Bradmer Foods’ Managing Director Adam Borden, talks with Al Spoler and Chef Jerry Pellegrino on WYPR’s Radio Kitchen about spirits-infused specialty food products he noticed on display at the 2009 Winter Fancy Food Show. Adam presents Great Spirits Baking Company‘s miniature Bundt cakes, Vignette Wine Country Soda‘s chardonnay and pinot noir sodas, and San Angel‘s black and red moles.