My story is a classic immigrant story. When I first came to the US, I wondered why there were only sweet yogurts and no savory yogurts (aka raita) on grocery store shelves. I wanted to bring a part of my Indian culture and cuisine to my adopted country, America. But like many other Indian immigrants, I spent a career in tech, eventually becoming a Principal Consultant and Senior Project Manager at a SaaS startup. I loved the pace of tech. and startups. But something was missing.

I craved the challenge of starting up something of my own. I went to business school and won many awards and grants for this concept of savory yogurts. I craved a challenge, a challenge I got. See the video to learn more about my story.

Please accept my deepest gratitude for helping take this forward.

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This is a crowdfunding with no rewards, except our heart felt thanks and regular updates on progress. Additionally, we pledge 1% of proceeds to a charity fighting hunger. 

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If you have ever thought about starting a food company - here's your chance to help make that happen. I promise you regular updates as we grow!  

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- Harinee Sampath, Founder of Prayani


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