Local Baskit: Beth Richards puts a local spin on the ready-made meal kit trend

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ResetOne of the hottest trends in home meals is receiving pre-portioned recipe ingredients via delivery services. Just add the protein, follow directions and you have dinner.

Beth Richards of Concord has taken the concept and made it local, meaning customers get even fresher, more local ingredients.

She took her skills from past jobs in non-profits and married them with her passion for eating  local and healthy. We met at the Bedford Farmers’ Market, where customers pick up their meal kits which can also be delivered by FedEx.

Her company is Local Baskit. Just click play and listen to Beth’s story of reinvention.

⇒ You can also find Local Baskit on Facebook, or stop by and see her at the Manchester Community Market at Victory Park on Thursdays.


MorinMike Morin is a broadcaster, author, speaker and now podcaster, busy celebrating life’s second acts via the airwaves. Maybe you can help: Are you rediscovering yourself beyond 40? Do you  have an interesting “second-act” to share? Do you know someone who left their career to follow their dreams? Contact Morin at mikemorinmedia@gmail.com and you could be the next person to add “inspirational voice of reinvention” to your resume by sharing your story on Reset: 40 is the New Happy.

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  • Ulysses3633

    I wonder how the biscuits taste? 🙂