Molly Wilson, the renowned businesswoman and CEO of Lacsnac, recently traveled to San Francisco to share her expertise with the staff of the tech company, Faire. Molly spoke about her journey as a young entrepreneur who started her retail business and later expanded into the food industry with her successful brand, molly&you. She also shared her motivations for starting Lacsnac, a company that provides lactation-enhancing foods for women facing difficulties in lactation.
Molly spoke about her experience with Faire, which is a wholesale marketplace that connects retailers to brands. She expressed her admiration for Faire and its CEO, Max Rhodes, and the impact they have made on the industry. She also shared her views on how Faire can maintain its core commitments while continuing its rapid growth.
During her “Fireside Conversation” at the tech headquarters, Molly emphasized her motivations and love for business, including solving problems, improving lives, and creating new solutions. With these elements on her mind, Molly shared with Faire employees her passion for research and development, and creating a great customer experience through her various businesses, including Lacsnac, which is now listed on the marketplace website.
Lacsnac currently has three product categories that aim to increase lactation in women. Its lactation coffee is a unique product that is made in partnership with a cutting-edge coffee producer and Molly’s personal recipes from her breastfeeding days.
And while the Lacsnac products are helping to change the lives of the women who purchase them, there is a greater mission behind the new brand. ‘Starting Strong, Breastfeeding Long’ is a program Molly is looking to launch later in 2023 in partnership with hospitals and birthing centers nationwide. The program is aimed at supporting new mothers on their breastfeeding journey by sending them home with a seven-day supply of Lacsnac’s lactation products.
Lacsnac, known for their line of breast milk-boosting herbs and galactagogues, offers a variety of lactation-enhancing products, including lactation coffee and overnight oats. All of their products are made with the health and well-being of mothers and their babies in mind, and are free from harmful chemicals and preservatives.
“In a time where formula is not being restocked on the shelves any time soon, and the need for healthy antibodies for little ones is top of mind, the breastfeeding journey has never been more talked about than it is now,” says Wilson. “We are thrilled to partner with hospitals and birthing centers nationwide to assist lactation nurses, mothers, and their little ones in their breastfeeding journey.”
With Faire’s support in the marketplace, Lacsnac’s mission is to improve the lives of others by creating relationships and opportunities through their entrepreneurial platform.
To learn more about Lacsnac, visit their website.