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Portland woman makes outdoor eating easy, healthy

by: Elizabeth Dinh, KOIN6 Portland, Oregon -- January 10th, 2024

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Melanie Jenkinson is already an expert when it comes to creating recipes you can make when you’re enjoying the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest. But she’s also come up with some packets that can be used for your next campout, hike or even at home.

Howl at the Spoon Named as Finalist in Early Stage Category

October 3rd, 2023
Howl at the Spoon is honored to be named finalists in the 2023 Oregon Entrepreneur Awards Category for Early Stage Companies to be announced in Portland on November 16th, 2023.
August/September 2023 Magazine Issue
Discover Howl at the Spoon's unique flavors and health conscious flavors in this feature by Today's Dietitian Magazine.

Bury the Sauce Graveyard in your Fridge with Howl at the Spoon

hello! Rose City, KGW Portland, Oregon -- May 1st, 2023


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Meet the winners of the Westside Startup Challenge

Portland Business Journal By Malia Spencer - Portland Inno December 01, 2021
Winners of the startup challenge: Melanie Jenkinson, Howl at the Spoon; Rippy Kaur Singh, Khalsa Salsa; Beaverton Mayor Lacey Beaty; Jason Gorske, DIYbar; Todd Williams, CampsEZ; Casey Trujeque, Sport Source

A pair of consumer apps, crafting kits and sauce makers make up the latest cohort of the West Side Startup Challenge.

The program, run by the Oregon Technology Business Center and sponsored by the City of Beaverton, offers companies a $25,000 investment as well as mentoring and office space for a year. Read More...

Foodboro, December 2021
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