Women in Food: Rachel Musquiz of Curcuma

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are celebrating women in our food community that are helping to make Texas, and the world, a better place. 

Curcuma started as a personal journey for chef and owner Rachel Musquiz, who experienced drastic changes as she became connected to where her food came from and embraced a plant-based lifestyle. Everything created by Curcuma utilizes superfoods and adaptogens as functional ingredients to maximize the potential of our bodies.

Rachel Musquiz: Chef and Owner of Curcuma


Cause That’s Near And Dear To You:

Farmshare Austin- Their mission is to grow a healthy local food community by increasing food access, teaching new farmers and preserving farmland.


Why It is Important To You To Support Women in the Food Community:

“Many of the women in food began their business because of a need they saw, and so many of us dedicate our lives to the mission that nourishes our community. I’m constantly inspired and supported, and reminded that a rising tide truly does lift all boats.”


Shoutout a Fellow Female Food Community Member:

Erin Assad (Culina Yogurt), Leanne Valenti (Bento Picnic), and Brooke Cobourn (Rooted Baby)


B.O.S.S. Bars 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and one of our favorite superfood snacks on-the-go, The BOSS Food Company, is making it easy for you to add your support. For every purchase of a box of 12 bars, BOSS will donate $2 to @MyHopeChest, the only national non-profit that facilitates and funds breast reconstruction for under-insured and uninsured breast cancer survivors. Click Here to Shop Now

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