An entrepreneur based out of Bangalore, Mitali Tandon founded a company that manufactures and markets India's first hangover detox solution. A young start-up that's actively working on creating healthy solutions for millenials, Morning Fresh focuses on creating functional beverages that are accessible and inclusive of all dietary needs, preferences and lifestyle challenges.
Mitali started her company when she was 25 and can’t imagine doing anything else. She spends a lot of her time thinking about and working with organizations that prioritize sustainability. Between attending climate change protests, composting, finding alternative natural products to use and yelling at everyone for running their taps too long, Mitali is constantly looking for ways to grow and challenge herself.
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