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Meet Thomas Mulzac of MealZac Lifestyle & Food Solutions in West LA / NYC

Today we’d like to introduce you to Thomas Mulzac.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Thomas. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
I’ve always loved food. It was honestly my first form of independent expression. During my freshman year, I realized that I wanted to reach people through eating. I honed my craft subconsciously all throughout middle and high school. I started with candy, then moved to cupcakes, and eventually began catering my own parties. It was only in college did I truly believe that there was a spot for me in the culinary arena.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Smooth? Nope. Rocky? Very. But ridges and curves add personality. This relates to the experiences in both life and entrepreneurship. Each obstacle is another solid body of knowledge added to my mental archive. I enjoy challenges because my first time seeing cooking on TV was in the form of a competition series. Being seen as more than someone who can sell plates was initially one of my obstacles as well. I knew that there was more that I wanted to do in cooking.

Please tell us about MealZac Lifestyle & Food Solutions.
MealZac is a creative-progressive company encouraging people to feed their soul through the mindful use of the food products they consume. As a company, we are most proud of the unique impact we’ve made within our immediate community. At LMU, we had the pleasure of working alongside some amazing initiatives and in Brooklyn, we are still promoting and providing access to nutritional and agricultural education. I think what sets MealZac apart from other is our food companies is our willingness to create wild and fun products that relate to pop culture while also emphasizing mindful and intentional uses of our goods and services.

MealZac aims to not only feed your soul but the community through much-needed nutritional and agricultural programs.

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
Literally everyone!! For real, my friends, their parents, strangers. Any young creatives going after their dreams! At the core, my parents were very influential in my knowledge of southern cuisine. My grandmother, Beatrice Mulzac attended Tuskegee University studying Home Economics, so there was also alot of her influence in my cooking. My uncle was a farmer. I loved watching the whole farm-to-table aspect of gardening and having your own sources of nutrition.

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Wayne Chen Delgato

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