Adam Borden appears on WYPR’s Radio Kitchen with hosts Al Spoler and Chef Jerry Pellegrino to talk about the many new and intriguing food and beverage products featured at the 2008 Summer Fancy Food Show. Among the products he presents to listeners are Virginia Traditions’ Surryano Ham, Volcano Blood Orange Juice and Zhena’s Gypsy Teas.
In November 2007 Charles Chocolates became Bradmer Foods inaugural fund investment. Chuck Siegel, founder of Charles Chocolates, is profiled in an article that originally appeared in Fortune Magazine.
Adam Borden discusses the American-made artisan products he discovered at the 2008 Winter Fancy Food Show with Al Spoler and Jerry Pellegrino on WYPR‘s Radio Kitchen. Adam’s discoveries include Al Dente Whole Grain Pasta, Bariani Olive Oil, Yummy Earth Organic Lollipops and Wholesome Sweeteners’ Blue Agave Syrup.
Bradmer Foods is pleased to announce the completion of the third investment in its portfolio. News of the partnership with San Francisco-based Adina For Life was announced in a press release.
Bradmer Foods finished raising its first specialty and organic food focused fund and completed its first fund investment in Charles Chocolates. News of the announcement was made public by a press release and was covered by Gourmet News in their November e-news.
Adam Borden discusses the resurgence of artisan methods and products gaining popularity in the marketplace with Al Spoler and Jerry Pellegrino on Radio Kitchen, a production of WYPR in Baltimore. Among the products they sample are Koeze’s Cream Nut Butter, Stonewall Kitchen Blood Orange Marmalade and Fiscalini‘s bandage-wrapped English-style 18 month aged cheddar cheese.
Bradmer Foods’ portfolio company, Organic To Go went public February 13, 2007. Based in Seattle and with operations in Washington and California, Organic To Go is the nation’s first fast casual café to be certified as an organic retailer. We are excited to support the company through growth capital and to watch it continue to expand. Below is an article from the Seattle Times announcing the reverse merger and more details about Organic To Go.
What exactly does a food-industry venture capitalist do? Learn about a “day in the life” of Bradmer Foods’ Managing Director, Adam Borden, as published in Jungle Magazine.
Adam Borden is quoted in a Washington Post article that profiles “Seven Products Worth Tracking Down” and the fledgling entrepreneurs that are behind them.