“I don’t want us to learn ourselves out of our idealism, or personalities.”
Welcome to Notes on Doing, conversations with people who love what they do.
I’m Jenna Matecki.
Our next episode goes to Ann Yang and Phil Wong, the founders of MISFIT. MISFIT is a juice company that repurposes food waste – lovably misfit fruits and vegetables – into delicious cold-pressed juices. Listen to what Ann and Phil had to say about their deep friendship and partnership, strawberries and cash, and thinking tender thoughts.
Also, psssst. Mark your calendars. The next Notes on Doing meetup will be Thursday, October 13th, at 7pm in Brooklyn, New York at… are you ready for this? FREEHOLD. Come hang out with the people featured in NOD, other fans of the show, and yours truly. I couldn’t be more excited to see you all.
Here’s Ann Yang and Phil Wong from MISFIT –
Thanks for listening to Notes on Doing Episode 046, with Ann Yang and Phil Wong.
Buy one of MISFIT’s juices. I have a few at my studio here and they’re scrumptious. You can check out if a store near you stocks them at misfitjuicery.co/locations/. Be sure to follow MISFIT’s Instagram and Facebook at @misfitjuicery.
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Until next week! In the meantime, always do.