Maya Kaimal was photo editor of Saveur magazine, and author of Indian cookbooks including Curried Favors--winner of the Julia Child Award. Her father's home cooking helped her find her calling in the kitchen, and in 2003 she and her husband founded Maya Kaimal Fine Indian Foods in Brooklyn, NY. Her products are inspired by family recipes, and are sold nationwide in Whole Foods, Costco, and Williams-Sonoma.
Current Product Lineup
Brands are making the case for consumers to toss the takeout menus, offering a variety of easy frozen, refrigerated and shelf-stable meal options. While some brands put their twist on classics such as pasta, chili and tacos, others got more innovative with products like Swiss hand-held potatoes and cauliflower-based tater tot alternatives.
North Castle Partners and Maya Kaimal Foods LLC announced that North Castle, a leading private equity firm focused on consumer businesses that promote healthy, active and sustainable living, has made an investment in Maya Kaimal, a leader in the Indian-inspired ethnic foods category.