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Fairweather Chef

Fairweather Chef is revolutionizing the way people eat dinner by partnering with employers to offer employees fresh, healthy meal kits.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Food and Beverage
  • Location Boston, MA, USA
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Fairweather Chef offers fresh, healthy fully-prepped meal kits that are ready to cook. The vegetables are chopped, the condiments are measured, and the recipes are quick and simple. Competitors require advance ordering and have high price points due to shipping costs. Our business model is B2B2C. We partner with companies: employees order online and we deliver each afternoon. This allows wider distribution, at lower costs, and on-demand service.


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    Kelly Schaefer

    Kelly is currently a student at Harvard Business School. She worked as a consultant at Bain before leaving to run a new division of a startup non-profit in South Africa, where she built partnerships with companies in more than 15 countries. She also has food and beverage industry experience: in college, she started a beverage delivery service that sold more than 20,000 units in its first year and expanded to universities across the country.

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    Heidi Kim

    Heidi is currently a student at Harvard Business School. She previously worked as a consultant for a large US grocer on supply chain and inventory management, as well as a convenience store chain on their food prep and compliance. Heidi then successfully ventured into the world of consumer web, working with a startup team at Kiva to create an online microlending platform.

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    Sean Liu

    Sean is currently a student at Harvard Business School. Prior to that, he spent two years working at Google as an Associate Product Manager on the founding team of Google+ and later working on Search. Some of his side projects include technology campaign manager for Victoria Lo for SF School Board, videogame design, and digital illustration. He graduated from MIT with both an S.B. and MEng in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.