Being a new mom breastfeeding her baby has it challenges. Being a new mom working in a restaurant is almost impossible. But there’s an app for that. Pumpspotting, the online baby feeding and lactation support platform, specifically designed a version of its app to accommodate the fast-paced environment of the restaurant industry. A new partnership, between Kalamata’s Kitchen, Resy, and The Lee Initiative is covering the cost for all working mothers in the restaurant industry to gain premium access at pumpspotting.com/restaurants. There’s also a business version for restaurants that want to support and retain parents by offering breastfeeding benefits. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Derek Wallace, co-founder of Kalamata’s Kitchen and Beverly Kim, chef/owner of Parachute and Wherewithall restaurants and the founder of The Abundance Setting, about why it is critical to pioneer ways to make it easier for women and mothers in the culinary industry to feed both their families and careers.
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