Team Brazil Nut Milk

New York, United States

  • Business / Social Enterprise
  • Hunger / Obesity
  • North America

Our Team

Our Mission

We are 4 students of Columbia University's Business School and School of International and Public Affairs working in a innovative startup that aims to produce a new plant-based milk made of Brazil nuts. The idea is to offer consumers a nutrient-rich beverage that is (1) lactose- and cholesterol-free, (2) 100% organic, and (3) produced by a socially and environmentally responsible production system based on the key principle of the conservation of the Amazon rainforest.

Our Background

Cassia Moraes: Bachelor in Int. Affairs, MPA-DP at SIPA Professional Experience: Sustainable Development (Brazilian gov. and UN), Financial Markets (Bradesco Bank) Key skills: Extensive knowledge of natural products market in Brazil and worldwide. Eloy Oliveira: Lawyer and Bachelor in Int. Affairs MPA at SIPA Professional Experience: Management of infrastructure projects (Brazilian government) Key skills: Legal Consultancy (for Brazilian enterprises). Naama Liberboim: Columbia MBA with Master’s degree in Education Professional Experience: Manager of Culture and Operations at one of US largest nonprofit orgs Key skills: Strategic Planning, Operations, Management Francesco Manzi: Columbia MBA with Engineering Master’s Degree Professional Experience: Consultant (The Boston Consulting Group) Key skills: Management, Business development, Financial planning

Our Team

Our Mission

We are 4 students of Columbia University's Business School and School of International and Public Affairs working in a innovative startup that aims to produce a new plant-based ...Read More

Our Background

Cassia Moraes: Bachelor in Int. Affairs, MPA-DP at SIPA Professional Experience: Sustainable Development (Brazilian gov. and UN), Financial Markets (Bradesco Bank) Key skills: Extensive knowledge of natural products ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.