Here’s How It’s Done: First-hand Stories From Enterprising Women In Manitoba

Dishing on Food and Family Business: Adagio Acres and Piccola Cucina

December 09, 2020 Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba Season 1 Episode 2
Here’s How It’s Done: First-hand Stories From Enterprising Women In Manitoba
Dishing on Food and Family Business: Adagio Acres and Piccola Cucina
Show Notes

On this episode, serving up stories from the field of food with two Manitoba founders: Amy Nikkel, Adagio Acres and Pina Romolo, Piccola Cucina. But you don’t have to be in the business of food production to lean in. The entrepreneurs you are going to meet have a ton of business and life lessons to share. Amy Nikkel is the co-owner, and chief operating officer of Adagio Acres, located in Manitoba’s Interlake. 

If you are crazy about a good bowl of oatmeal in the morning, you might have grabbed a package of Naked Oats off the shelf at your local grocery store. Host Cate Friesen takes a deep dive with Amy into this field-to-table operation. And if that has you curious about launching a food production business, Pina Romolo, the co-founder and CEO of Piccola Cucina, has some great insider tips for you. 

Here's How It's Done is hosted and produced by Cate Friesen, and brought to you by Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba.