Aaron Bullock’s Misha’s Now Has Products In Over 800 Retail Stores in US

Aaron Bullock, a native of Detroit, found his love of music at a young age. He was extensively immersed in the music business by the age of 17, working as an executive and making a name for himself.

Bullock chose to broaden his horizons after acquiring important expertise in the music industry, and switched his concentration to the worlds of film and television. His talent and expertise gained him a coveted position as a producer at Paramount Pictures, where he contributed to a variety of films and left an indelible mark.

Despite his success in the entertainment world, Bullock felt a calling to a new field that matched his natural interest in health and medicine. So, in 2008, Bullock took a risk and founded Evolution Holistic Healthcare. His chiropractic clinic blended the finest of Eastern and alternative medicine with Western medicine, creating a one-of-a-kind approach to healing.

Bullock, on the other hand, made the painful decision to close the clinic in 2015. The healthcare landscape had become increasingly volatile, making it difficult to continue the firm. Bullock felt “stressed” after closing Evolution Holistic Healthcare and considered leaving the country.

Misha’s, a plant-based, dairy-alternative firm, was founded as a consequence of a chance meeting with Chef Ian Martin. They began by serving consumers at farmer’s markets and grocery stores from a modest kitchen.

According to Food Business News, Misha’s had raised $3 million in seed capital by 2021 with the support of Chris Paul, Lisa Shamus & Partners, and Jay-Z’s Marcy Venture Partners Fund II LP.

Misha’s had a huge success earlier this year when it launched its items in Walmart shops in California, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Arizona, and Texas. The brand’s products were previously exclusively accessible in certain regions at natural food markets and specialty stores, and this marked the brand’s official launch into regular grocery retail chains. The brand is currently available in 818 Walmart shops in 13 states.

Misha’s also sells seven vegan cheeses that are grain-free, ketogenic, Kosher Pareve, and free of grains, fillers, vegetable oils, nutritional yeast, and soy, according to VegNews.

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