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18th March 2019 66mins
Dyslexic entrepreneurs, Female Founders

From the kitchen table to the supermarket shelves, with Pippa Murray, founder of Pip & Nut

A fascinating insight, into the rollercoaster journey of someone who is right in the midst of scaling her business. This week, Holly speaks to the ‘Queen of Nut Butter’ Pippa Murray, founder of Pip & Nut. A must listen episode for anyone who dreams of starting their own food or drink business, especially those future female founders who can look at Pip’s journey and be inspired to start theirs. Holly & Pip discuss scaling from the kitchen table, investment and building a team.

As a runner, Pip was always on the lookout for delicious things to eat before heading out into the great outdoors. As a firm believer that food should be super tasty, yet packed with nutrients and energy, she began making her own nut butters from her kitchen table.

Fast forward a few years and Pip launched her first nut butter onto the shelves of Selfridges in January 2015, today, Pip & Nut is stocked in over 5,000 stores around the UK and Europe. Listen out for some great tips and advice if you are building a food or drink brand.

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