Crowdfooding has partnered with WeMeanBusiness London to feature the Entrepreneur-spiration Series – where real life foodie startup founders share their stories, tips and advice on building your own brand and business.
This month we went and met Amanda Thomson, Founder and CEO of Thomson & Scott Skinny – a portfolio of Champagne and Prosecco for the next generation of wine lovers globally who want to drink top quality sparkling wine, whilst reducing the levels of added sugar in their bottle.
Hallelujah I hear you cry!
Amanda’s mission is to be completely open about what we’re drinking and cut sugar where it’s not needed. Her brand is not counting calories, but sharing them for transparency, encouraging us to ask why we can’t drink better and cleaner?
The Skinny range of Champagne and Prosecco definitely answers this question, so Lesley Bambridge from We Mean Business, set out to find out more. Read the full article on the We Mean Business, London blog…
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