As we wrap up Women’s History Month, there’s no better way to honor the achievements, genius, and creativity of female entrepreneurship than buying from woman-owned and operated brands. Across all consumer categories, including food and beverage, home goods, pregnancy and postpartum, and more, we’ve selected the 50 most inspiring female-founded companies in the country: one from each state! As you give a little somethin’ to the women in your life to celebrate the month of March (and beyond), consider one of these impressive businesses:
Katherin McClellan-Miller, founder of PediPocket, established 2017
Do you ever get frustrated when you’re cold on the couch, and your blanket only covers your shoulders or your toes—but not both? If so, you’ll love Katherin McClellan-Miller’s company and genius idea: PediPocket measures six feet of plush fleece and has a spacious foot pocket to keep your feet warm. It’s machine washable, dryer-friendly, and comes in three sizes and various colors for everyone in your home.
Editor’s pick: PediPocket Original Blanket in Sultry Smoke, $69.99
Molly Blakeley, founder of Molly Bz, established 2018
As a single mom in Alaska, Molly Blakeley was down to her last $150—but had a dream to bring her culinary ideas to life. So, she borrowed a friend’s food trailer and started a halibut taco truck. However, she noticed her customers were asking for something sweet to go with their lunch, which prompted her to make cookies with fun and explosive flavors and non-alcoholic extracts. To her surprise and delight, they were a huge hit— and thus, Molly Bz’s gourmet cookies were born. They’re now in more than 2,000 stores nationwide.
Editor’s pick: Cookie Flight, $23.99+
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Stefania Okolie, founder of Solely Fit, established 2020
All too often, when ‘healthy’ is described in weight loss terms, it’s all about a perfect body size that’s thin and modeled after the runway. In reality, though, all bodies come in different shapes and sizes, and this woman and Black-owned and operated athleisure company celebrates diversity. The brand is made for strong women—which they believe is all women.
Editor’s pick: SZN 4 Kandake Bodysuit- Ivory, $188
Emily Lawson, founder of Pink House Alchemy, established 2013
You’ve heard of farm-to-table. But what about farm-to-bottle? This company produces a line of simple syrups, bitters, and shrubs, all inspired by the different patterns and textures found in roots, barks, fruits, herbs, and botanicals. This founder and her team have created a suite of products packed with flavor, quality ingredients—and, most importantly—the intention to deliver an authentic experience upon opening.
Editor’s pick: Pink House Alchemy Tonic Syrup, $19
Grace Lee & Monica Ashauer, founders of Birdy Grey, established 2017
Raise your hand if your bank account has been personally victimized by saying ‘yes’ to being a bridesmaid? Weddings are expensive for a guest, but even more so for a wedding party member. Enter a game-changer in the industry: Birdy Grey is a bridal brand known for its affordable bridesmaid dresses, gifts, accessories, and more. These two women were bridesmaids 13 times collectively, so they knew first-hand how pricey it can be to support your pal. Now, they have provided a less expensive yet equally beautiful alternative.
Editor’s pick: Jay Dress, $99
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Brooke Cates, founder of The Bloom Method, established 2018
Nothing can prepare you for the 360-degree transformation of becoming a mom—from your time and interests to your marriage, career, and body. This founder wanted to provide a better, more supportive way for women to stay active during and after pregnancy while nurturing their bodies. So she used her skills as a certified personal trainer, pre and postnatal corrective exercise, diastasis recti, and core rehabilitation specialist to develop The Bloom Method. It’s a pre and postnatal fitness method that aims to redefine training for the modern mom.
Editor’s pick: Monthly Subscription to The Bloom Method App/Program, $29/month
Betty Tang, founder of Upright Oats, established 2022
As plant-based alternatives become more normalized across diets and lifestyles, creating them ethically increases importance. This female-founded and AAPI-owned business is working to ensure oat milk lovers never have to sacrifice taste, health—or the environment again. Currently, they offer three flavors—original unsweetened, vanilla, and chocolate—all with eight grams of oat protein in every serving and added vitamins and minerals like calcium, vitamins A, B12, D, and plant-based pre-biotic oat fiber.
Editor’s pick: High-Protein Instant Oatmilk – Variety 3 Pack (Single Serving Format), $40\
Jennifer McMillan, founder of JennyGems, established 2015
When JennyGems was first founded, they imported their products from overseas. However, as business shifted and the pandemic caused product shortages, this founder pivoted her business model to begin making all of her products stateside. Now, JennyGems offers customized items, from wooden signs and laser-cut ornaments to magnets, bottle openers, and home decor.
Editor’s pick: Custom Bottle Opener, $15
Kelley Higney, founder of Bug Bite Thing, established in 2018
Fans of Shark Tank might recall seeing this founder appear on screen. She’s made quite the splash and experienced exponential growth for her ‘Bug Bite Thing’—Amazon’s top-selling product for insect relief with more than 75,000 reviews. So how did this impressive story come to fruition? As with the most successful inventions, it was born out of need. When Higney moved to South Florida, her six-month-old daughter started severely reacting to mosquito bites. She tried everything but wanted a natural remedy. This chemical-free suction tool removes insect saliva and venom, instantly alleviating itching, swelling, and stinging for people of all ages.
Editor’s pick: Bug Bite Thing, $9.99
Samantha Davis-Allonce, founder of Hot N Saucy, established in 2020
This first-generation Jamaican-American grew up eating Caribbean cuisine and wanted to bring this passion to her business. She developed her successful hot sauce brand by incorporating a passion for spice with a desire to create unexpected pairings.
Editor’s pick: Garlic N Peperoncini, $10
Ku’ulani Muise, founder of Maui Nui Venison, established 2015
Together with her husband, this founder built a management solution that wild-harvests invasive Axis deer in Maui—and turns that work into a nutrient-dense and delicious food source for both local islanders and those on the mainland. This means you can enjoy the flavors of wild venison while also knowing you’re helping the people of Hawaii. One of their best-sellers, the Ohana Box, is filled with various USDA-approved premium cuts, versatile family favorites, and custom add-ons.
Editor’s pick: Maui Nui ‘Ohana Box, $299
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Jessica Rolph, founder of Lovevery, established in 2017
When you have children, you quickly start cumulating junk. And by junk, it’s a surplus of brightly colored, plastic, and loud toys that take up tons of space. So rather than collecting dust when your kiddo doesn’t play with them, the Lovevery subscription focuses on an early learning system that supports stage-based play essentials. Best of all: this founder’s kits also include instructions for parents and caregivers on using the toys to encourage child development. As the creator of this category of toys for babies, toddlers, and beyond, she’s helping to shift an industry.
Editor’s pick: The Play Kits, $36/month
Kristy Cullinane, founder of Plum Diamonds, established 2022
After working in the diamond industry for over 25 years, this founder wanted to create her approach to direct-to-consumer lab-grown diamonds. Today, her company, Plum Diamonds, offers an intuitive e-commerce customization process that brings a human touch to the digital experience of shopping for your engagement and wedding rings and ensures the highest standards in sustainability and ethics.
Editor’s pick: Three Stone Diamond Ring, $1,490+
Monique Rodriguez, founder of Mielle Organics, established 2014
With seven years under her belt, this founder has created the fastest-growing Black-owned and women-led global beauty brand. They believe in ‘roots to results’ in their formulas, specifically choosing healthier ingredients that are safe and designed for all hair types. To date, they can be found online and in more than 100,000 stores across the country.
Editor’s pick: Mielle Rosemary Mint Scalp & Hair Strengthening Oil, $9.99
Andrea Metzler, founder of Art Terrarium, established 2017
During the 2016 Des Moines Art Week, this founder put together a unique pop-up where people could enjoy the experience of local artists and plants. Due to this success, she decided to open the doors of Art Terrarium, a store where people can find a wide range of houseplants, planters, and gifts handmade by local artists. Today, The Art Terrarium also hosts workshops and classes designed to unite the community to share in the appreciation of plants and art.
Editor’s pick: Chef’s Herb Bundle, $48
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Elee Hampton, founder of Quarantine Cookie, established 2020
Like many people who have big dreams, this Kansas native moved to New York for college, where she earned degrees in Baking and Pastry Arts and Food Business Management. However, when the pandemic started, she moved back to her home state, where she began creating the aptly-titled Quarantine Cookie. She found success and soon discovered she was onto something. Now, Quarantine Cookie produces gourmet cookies in-person in Kansas City and online by shipping cookies nationwide.
Editor’s pick: The Cookie Jar (Monthly Subscription), $26.99
Jennifer Brian, founder of Make & Muddle, established 2018
For more than 25 years, this founder built her expertise in the hospitality industry—both as a caterer and mixologist, specializing in luxury events. She took her learnings and genius to create her line of mixers, all with a unique flavor profile and stunning finish.
Editor’s pick: Make & Muddle 7 Syrup Mixer, $15
Shannon Gutierrez, founder of Bella Rose, established 2018
In 2018, this founder was traveling when she had the opportunity to learn about the process of rose preservation at a farm in Ecuador. The finished product so inspired her that she decided to start her own company, and thus Bella Rose was born. Meaning ‘beautiful rose’—these flowers can last for a year or more, signaling that sometimes, sending flowers can last forever (ish).
Editor’s pick: Single Preserved Rose, $25
Cyndi Prince, founder of LooHoo, established 2010
Rather than throwing in dryer sheets that aren’t great for the environment, you can use wool balls to gently soften clothes and reduce dry time (which is also great for the planet and your utility cost). If you’ve never tried this laundry approach, consider supporting this female-owned company that creates reusable, locally sourced, and Mother Nature supportive. In addition to the product that launched LooHoo, the brand also offers all-natural pet toys and laundry bags, and thoughtfully curated gift boxes.
Editor’s pick: LooHoo Wool Dryer Balls 3-Pack, $33
Koren Ray, founder of HOBO, established 1991
HOBO was co-founded by mother-daughter duo Koren and Toni Ray, making it a second-generation, family-run premium leather accessories brand. With bags, belts, wallets, and more, you’ll find a nod to the legendary spirit of American hobos who followed their own path and lived by a code of hard work and kindness in pursuit of the next adventure. Hence, the name!
Editor’s pick: Lauren Clutch Wallet, $148
Kelly Brabants, founder of Booty by Brabants, established 2014
This entrepreneur transformed her signature workout into an athleisure empire in an era where body positivity and acceptance are celebrated and pursued. During the pandemic, her virtual fitness class went viral, leading her to launch a natural energy drink company and a fitness app. Collectively, these microbrands within the main brand have garnered quite the community—affectionately known as the BBB Fam. Her popular athleisure line is ethically made in Brazil, featuring one-size textured leggings.
Editor’s pick: Croc Skin Leggings Black, $85
Ashleigh Evans, founder of InBooze, established 2018
A few years before we all had to learn how to make cocktails at home, this founder had an inkling that people wanted the same craft indulgence they experienced at their neighborhood bar. Thus, she created her business, selling infusion kits made from hand-sliced, dehydrated fruits, veggies, and herbs. The timing was perfect—and InBooze has snowballed over the past four years.
Editor’s pick: InBooze Spicy Margarita Alcohol Infusion Kit, $18
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Lindsay Holden, Britta Chatterjee, and Shannon Kearney, founders of Odele, established 2020
Sometimes, finding quality hair and body products with good ingredients can be difficult without robbing the bank. Enter this brand, created by three Minneapolis-based working mamas: Odele. Their entire product line is all under $13, made to be shared with all who share your shower—moms, dads, kiddos, and more. All products are cruelty and sulfate-free, dermatologist-tested, EU ingredient compliant, with a gender-neutral 100 percent natural fragrance.
Editor’s pick: Air Dry Styler, $11.99
Jeri Carter, founder of Queen’s Reward Meadery, established 2018
When Jeri Carter opened her company in 2018, she made history by founding the first meadery in Mississippi. At the time, she was still working as a kindergarten teacher but turned the business into her full-time job with its success. Today, Carter’s meads showcase local Mississippi wildflower honey and have won multiple awards at international mead contests.
Editor’s pick: Mead, $27 per bottle
Brianna Arps, founder of Moodeaux, established 2021
What happens when you turn luxury into a lifestyle? You discover this female and Black-founded indie fragrance label that connects emotion, smell, and memory. Their goal is to champion self-care, allowing the scent to carry you through your day and reminding you of the innate power you have within.
Editor’s pick: Worthy Supercharged Skinscent Grab Then Go Duo, on sale for $45
Renelle Braaten, founder of ENELL, established 1993
For women who have large cup sizes, finding a supportive sports bra is a very tall order. Frustrated by her struggle in the early 1990s, this founded enlisted her mom—a talented seamstress—to help her. A handful of years later, she was issued a patent, and today, she continues to offer maximum-support bras for well-endowed women. Fast forward to 2005, when she was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, and her success has been growing ever since.
Editor’s pick: ENELL SPORT, $80
Melissa Stephens, founder of The Cordial Cherry, established 2010
With just $3,000 in the bank, this founder set out to create a business honoring her family recipe for cordial cherries. Her confection sales helped pay for her doctorate, and after finding success and positive reviews, she was inspired to elevate the act of giving chocolates as a gift. Since then, The Cordial Cherry has made headlines in Oprah Magazine and ABC News and is still going strong.
Editor’s pick: Cordial Cherries Assortment, $24.95 for 16 cherries
Kelly Wilcox, founder of Momper Romper, established 2018
While expecting her second child, this founder wanted to upgrade her maternity wardrobe. But, after much research, she was frustrated: the options were slim, not stylish—and she felt wasteful shopping for something she knew she wouldn’t wear very often. So, using her work and schooling as her guide, she put her mind to creating a garment that could be used for maternity, breastfeeding and beyond, serving her life as a busy mom. With her focus on versatility, sustainability, and functionality, the Momper Romper was born.
Editor’s pick: Momper, $75
Laura Lady, founder of FryAway, established 2021
This founder has two passions: play and cooking. As an executive in the toy industry, she experimented in the kitchen during her downtime until she found out how people pouring used cooking oil down the drain contributed to fatbergs in sewer systems. Inspired, she started her company, FryAway, as a side hustle to help home chefs dispose of used cooking oil sustainably. Now, it’s her full-time gig, and her products have topped the best-seller lists on Amazon across many categories.
Editor’s pick: FryAway Pan Fry, $9.99
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Dana Pollack, founder of Dana’s Bakery, established 2012
As a former magazine photo editor, this entrepreneur was drawn to French macaroons for their unique texture and beauty. However, when she shopped for them, she wanted more variety in flavors. Inspired, she created her own macaroons, cookies, and then a hybrid, ‘mookies.’ Soon, she was able to leave her job and become the creative force behind her bakery line based in New Jersey, but ships nationwide.
Editor’s pick: Mookie Variety Box, Box of 10, $57
Fran Maier, founder of BabyQuip, established 2016
Once you bring your baby along for the journey, your days of packing light end. While tiny humans are small in size, they require more gear than you anticipate: the stroller, the car seat, the travel crib, and the list goes on. However, if you want to continue to take as little with you as possible, you’ll like this founder’s company. It’s the leading baby gear rental service, serving families in more than 1,000 locations in the United States, Canada, and beyond.
Editor’s pick: Baby Gear Rental Service, Starts at $10/day
Tovah Haim, founder of Bodily, established 2019
While ‘postpartum’ is usually considered the fourth trimester, or the first three months of your baby’s life, in reality—it’s much longer. And those initial weeks are exhausting and a time when a woman’s body is undergoing another significant transformation. And up until Bodily entered the scene, very few products supported women through this journey. Founded by a mother, this brand offers research-backed products and information to help the inadequately addressed areas of women’s health, like post-birth, breastfeeding, and pregnancy loss.
Editor’s pick: Care For Birth Box, $89
Ginger Murphy Frank, founder of Poppy Handcrafted Popcorn, established 2014
If you’re a fan of snacking on popcorn during a movie, during the 3 p.m. slump in the workday, or anytime, you’ll love this female-owned company handcrafted in small batches in Asheville. Poppy sources natural ingredients, including non-GMO corn) to create high-quality and exciting flavor bombs. From pimento cheese to cinnamon bourbon pecan and more, you can find their fun popcorn bags online and via hundreds of retailers in North America.
Editor’s pick: The Asheville Mix Artist Bag, $15
Deb Uglem, founder of Jane Fifteen Thirty, established 2018
This may seem like a no-duh concept, but it wasn’t as obvious until this brand was created: women’s golf clothes should fit all women. This means all shapes, sizes, and body types. This founder took the step to create a lifestyle brand whose inclusive sizing and women-centric products are bridging the gap between women who love golf and the golf course. In addition to clothing, you can also find golf-inspired housewares, gifts, and more.
Editor’s pick: Round of Snacks – Platters /Bowl, $50-$80
Joanne McGonagle, founder of Triple T Studios, established 2016
For cat parents and those who love them, you’ll find a way to support your feline and give back to cats in the wild, too. This certified Women’s Business Enterprise was initially launched to fund zoology and conservation efforts through the Global Field Master of Zoology. This founder used her experience in consumer packaged goods to support the animals she loved and the organizations working to save big cats worldwide.
Editor’s pick: Cat Head Shaped Cat Bed, $89
Lauren Brooks, founder of Bakery Bling, established 2018
When you watch baking competition shows, are you amazed by the attention to detail and crazy skill of the bakers? Most of us are, but this founder wanted to make this craft more accessible. So, she launched a line of designer cookie decorating kits, gingerbread house kits, glittery sugars, cake decorations, and more. Now, as a woman in the male-dominated manufacturing space, this founder employs hundreds of people in her Oklahoma City-based facilities, bringing American-made products to major retailers nationwide.
Editor’s pick: Designer Unicorn Bundle, $44.99
Maria Berglund, founder of In Kind Boxes, established 2019
This founder was raised by a struggling single mom and then became a mom of three herself. These experiences of navigating motherhood illustrate just how hard it is to be a new parent—and she couldn’t imagine what it must be like to have the added stress of not being able to afford the essentials needed to take care of your family. So, she decided to help those families get the love and support they deserve by starting her nonprofit that provides curated, hand-selected care boxes for all of life’s up and downs.
Editor’s pick: Postpartum Gift Box, $121.99
Mojoyin Abolarin, founder of JOJO SHOES, established 2017
While this mother of three originally started her career as a microbiologist and then shifted to IT, she continued to nurture her love of fashion. Inspired by colors, prints, and textures, she started her shoe line to offer something new and unique within the space. But most importantly: these shoes are not only eye-catching, but they’re also comfortable.
Editor’s pick: Ore Shoes, $365
Rachel Ajaj, founder of Air & Anchor, established 2020
As a third-generation jewelry designer, this founder grew up in a factory founded by her grandfather, who taught her everything she knew. Once she grew up, she spent decades working at Alex and Ani, where she held leadership positions in merchandising, design, and product development. Then, finally, she was inspired to create her line, focusing on timeless craftsmanship and functionality that’s still modern and stylish. Today, her products are American-made and produced in her family-owned Rhode Island factory.
Editor’s pick: Sterling Silver The Truth Is Yours Necklace Set, $296
Kate Seamons, founder of Rainy Day Boxes, established 2019
This company was started by two sisters—one who faced an earth-shaking loss and one who came up with a remarkable way to support her. Kate Seamons’ husband died in a 2016 accident, turning her into a widow with two very young daughters overnight. Her sister, Jess Brecker, lived nine hours away and wanted to come up with a way to seem physically present and supportive whenever Kate needed her. So, she gave her a “rainy day” gift. And over time, their company has offered the same thoughtful gesture for many people going through a difficult time.
Editor’s pick: Just Because Box, $56+
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Jeanine Murphy, founder of Curated Clay By Jeanine, established 2019
If you believe that earrings can never be too big, you’ll love this female-owned company. By using polymer, this founder creates beautiful, colorful clay earrings that pack a punch with design, color, and size. She rarely makes two pairs the same, meaning you’ll always have a one-of-a-kind accessory to show off at work, dinner with your gals, a date night—or just because you feel like dressing up.
Editor’s pick: The Sphere Earring, $35
Drea Groeschel, founder of Better Than Booze, established 2022
While many generations before them have been big fans of boozing it up, Gen Z continues to shake things up by turning away from alcohol. Instead, they’re open to different ways of getting a buzz. That’s why this new Nashville-based, mom-founded company, Better Than Booze, offers a revolutionary line of three flavor-forward, buzzy mocktails with hemp-derived CBD and THC. The founder developed the idea after realizing she wanted a way to unwind at the end of the day without the foggy haze of alcohol interfering with any family moments.
Editor’s pick: Mint Mojito with Lime, 4-pack for $18
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Since the launch of her eponymous skincare brand, Sunday Riley was one of the first skincare brands to focus on beauty routines being a transformative part of self-care. Powered by science and balanced by botanicals, Sunday Riley is Green Lab Certified, B Corp Certified, and committed to a Zero Waste Oil Process. By using active ingredients—and the power of positivity—the entire line of highly curated products is formulated by Sunday herself to help you notice visible changes in the appearance of your skin.
Editor’s pick: Sunday Riley Good Genes Lactic Acid Treatment, $43
Mary Moody, founder of Made by Mary, established 2013
In 2013, this founder was a new mom struggling to find her purpose in life while navigating postpartum depression and exhaustion. It was a time muddled with uncertainty, and she was drawn to creating jewelry to represent these pivotal moments in life—from the triumphant to the tragic. By making her heartfelt jewelry, she connected with many women, heard their stories, and found joy in the process. It began as a way for her to dig herself out of the fog, and now, it’s become an impactful and meaningful business that’s reached women worldwide.
Editor’s pick: Lennon Rectangle Necklace, $82
Francie Caccavo, founder of Olivia’s Croutons, established 1991
While this business was born out of a home kitchen in the early 1990s, it’s become a state-of-the-art commercial bakery. As a certified Women-Owned business, this founder strives to make a difference in how they make their croutons: by using fresh and whole ingredients without preservatives or added sugars.
Editor’s pick: Olivia’s Garlic & Herb Croutons, $4.29
Anna Hudick, founder of Inside My Locket, established 2018
While you might have loved your locket growing up, have you considered upgrading to an adult version? With this female-owned brand, you can find something for your current style that still tells your story. They handcraft their pieces with sterling silver, 18K gold, and ethically sourced gemstones. Most of their products are created using 100 percent recycled materials, so you will also support the planet.
Editor’s pick: Open Heart Earrings, $60
Jordan Clark, founder of Dooeys, established 2020
If there’s anything we realized during the pandemic, it’s that spending time at home doesn’t mean you’re constantly in sweatpants. Instead, you can still dress up your ‘at-home’ leisure wear, including what you place on your feet. This Seattle-based founder reimagined and recreated the slipper to double as a sandal. This means it gives you extra support at home, and you can wear them to check your mail, too. It’s made of plant-based and recycled materials like apple leather, sugarcane soles, and recycled plastic and is ethically produced in Portugal in small batches.
Editor’s pick: House Loafers, $140
Jamie, Riley and Macie Queen, Moonflower Hemp, established 2019
This hemp business — founded and run by three generations of Appalachian women — sells smokable hemp products, as well as CBD tinctures, gummies, teas, balms, and more. Co-owner Riley oversees social media and packaging, while her sister, Macie, writes marketing material for the company (and is also a local reporter). Their parents, Jamie and Jason Queen manage the hemp farm and wholesale retail operations.
Editor’s pick: Sleep 250mg CBD Oil, $25
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Elizabeth Rees, founder of Chasing Paper, established 2013
Though removable wallpaper has been a thing for a while, this Milwaukee-based company was the first to do it really, really well. They disrupted the category with their peel-and-stick fabric substrate: from the quality of the product to leading by lifting up other artists, designers, and brands through their thoughtful and unique collaborations. Today, Chasing Paper offers wallpaper in peel-and-stick and traditional substrates, peel-and-stick flooring decals, art prints, and more.
Editor’s pick: Reframing Art Print, $12-$95 unframed, $60-$225 framed
Marina Wilson, founder of Espanita Tequila, established 2020
This founder is a Ukrainian immigrant who has disrupted the male-dominated spirits industry with an award-winning artisanal tequila brand. She utilizes ancestral techniques that were perfected in Mexico for 400 years to create high-quality tequila without the steep price tag.
Editor’s pick: Espanita Reposado, SRP: $36.99
Pauline Idogho, founder of Mocktail Club, established 2018
If you like a cocktail’s fun and fizz but don’t want the buzz, you’ll appreciate the genius behind the female-founded Mocktail Club. They create healthy, refreshing drinks reminiscent of classic cocktails but with a modern twist: These sophisticated drinks offer functional benefits and include antioxidants and prebiotics for digestive health. In addition to her business, this entrepreneur is also a founding member and head of the Adult Non-Alcoholic Beverage Association’s finance committee. She was a winner of Black Ambition, a prize fund supporting and investing in minority-owned companies founded by singer Pharrell Williams.
Editor’s pick: : Capri Spritz, 4-pack for $16.96
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