Entrepreneur Spotlight: Fare & Just Kitchen

“This is my talent, my passion, and my life’s work.”
Peter Duff of Fare & Just Kitchen (Courtesy photo)

This is part of an ongoing series featuring alums of the EforAll Cape Cod business accelerator program.

For years, Peter Duff’s family and friends told him that he needed to open his own restaurant. They told him the food he cooked was so delicious that it needed to be shared.

“This is my talent, my passion, and my life’s work.” Peter Duff of Fare & Just Kitchen creates fresh, delicious meals for the vegan-committed and the vegan-curious. He views his business as an extension of his life with a mission to educate, satiate and advocate through great tasting and kind food. “My food leaves you feeling good, healthy and happy knowing you’re helping the environment and the animals in it.”

As a participant in the EforAll business accelerator program, Peter learned the basic ins and outs of owning and starting a business. He was connected with a team of mentors who gave him support, reinforcement, tools and the confidence to push his dream forward.

When asked what he got out of the EforAll experience, Peter said “I’m no longer hiding in my own kitchen, my safe space. I no longer make excuses why this won’t work. I’m putting myself out there and MAKING it work. People are catching on and the sky is the limit!”

Peter’s hard work was rewarded. At the EforAll Showcase celebrating the Spring 2019 Cohort, Fare & Just Kitchen received a cash award to continue pursuing his business.

About Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll)

Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) is a nonprofit organization that partners with communities nationwide to help under-resourced individuals successfully start and grow a business through intensive business training, mentorship and an extended professional support network.  To learn more about EforAll, please visit eforall.org.  


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