Immigrants are adept at innovation: creating products and services that make life better for all Americans, and bringing their own cultures and practices to enrich their new homeland. For Miriam Kattumuri, immigrant from India and founder of Miriam’s Earthen Cookware, which manufactures 100 percent non-toxic, cookware made entirely of clay and entirely in the U.S., her innovation conserves the environment while taking on the most basic tool to get food in our bodies: our pots and pans.
Miriam Kattumuri is the founder of Miriams Earthen Cookware, a pioneering all-American company that produces all-natural, 100% non-toxic cookware that is designed to enhance the flavor, nutrients, and health benefits of food. With over 12 years of experience in this industry, Miriam is dedicated to creating products that are not only safe and healthy, but also durable and long-lasting. She is passionate about helping people improve their cooking experience and overall well-being using her innovative cookware. She graduated and majored in human psychology in college and is a recipient of the Streetwise MBA program sponsored by the City of Boston. She is also the founder of the “Full Body Nourishment Cooking” Program (launching soon), with trained brand ambassadors in all states who teach healthy cooking for a naturally thriving body.