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Watch: B-More Kitchen’s Eben Altmann talks food entrepreneurship on ‘Between Two Founders’

In this latest episode, the leader of B-More Kitchen discussed his journey in creating the ghost kitchen and coworking space, which has helped some of Baltimore's best-known food startups shine.

A promotional image from the latest "Between Two Founders" episode. (Courtesy image)
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In the ninth episode of Between Two Founders, the video series featuring conversations with local startup founders from the greater Baltimore region, host Sean Sutherland and cohost Leon Stanford speak with Eben Altmann, founder extraordinaire of B-More Kitchen.

The commercial/ghost kitchen space has helped various founders who walked the food path in this region, including those behind Hex ferments, Bottom’s Up Bagels, Well Crafted Kitchen and Pie Time.

“You always wonder what’s the next step of emerging food brands, when it comes to evolving and scaling, but what happens between the farmer’s market and the grocery store shelves?” said Sutherland. “That’s where B-More Kitchen (and its Philadelphia off-shoot, Alt Kitchen) comes in. Altmann’s journey from sausage-er to entrepreneur just has to be heard to be believed. Also, well done Eben not getting that terrible tattoo when you were too young!”

Learn about that and more of Altmann’s journey by checking out the episode below:

Between Two Founders was lovingly filmed in Digital Empath Studios’ location at ETC location in Baltimore. Reach out to Leon, the head of the media production company, if you’re in need of video work or anything podcast-related!

If you’re a startup interested in being featured in an upcoming episode, shoot Sutherland a note and tell him what makes your startup unique.

Companies: Kapowza

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