Welcome Hudson Valley to this week’s edition of IN TOUCH, the public affairs and issues program that runs across Townsquare Media of the Hudson Valley radio stations.  

With us this week is Leslie Woodward, Founder of Edenesque LLC. Based in Kingston, New York, Edenesque is a plant-based milk company that is currently in the running for the $1 million grand prize in the Grow NY competition. Grow NY is a food innovation and agriculture technology business challenge that attracts entrepreneurs from around the world in seek of startup funding. Edeneqsue has made it to the Final 20, and Leslie will be presenting her pitch at the Grow NY conference this week, November 15th and 16th in at the OnCenter Complex in Syracuse.

Not just that, but Leslie and I speak about the importance of the environment that you grow up in. We are all impacted by everything we take in, and a big part of that is diet and nutrition. In order to take care of our mind and health, we have to take care of our gut.

We invite you to join us, and listen to a previously recorded conversation between Leslie Woodward and myself here on In Touch. 

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Kingston Plant-Based Milk Company in the Running for $1 Million

Get to know Leslie Woodward, the founder of Edenesque LLC, and her business's place in the Grow NY food and agricultural competition.