Bold Pickins on Honeycomb
Food & BevMain Street
Women

Bold Pickins

Featured in "5 Cleveland Pickle Makers We Love" by Cleveland Magazine, Bold Pickins is a woman-owned pickle business!
Cleveland, 
OH
Investment type:
Loan
(9.5% 60 months)
Target raise:
$25,000
 - $50,000
Minimum investment:​
$100
End date:
Jul 11, 2022
Abby & Lauryn are growing their pickle business! Bold Pickins creates specialty, refrigerated pickles, with bold flavors. We started Bold Pickins to provide a crisp, flavorful and unique product in a saturated market of shelf-stable pickles. We create out-of-the-box flavors that will open your mind as to what pickles can be. Flavors such as Laid Back Lemon, a pickle with a zing of lemon and a hint of mint, perfect for fish or chicken, or Open Sesame, the trifecta of pickled veg including red bell peppers, carrot sticks, and of course, cucumbers. We believe pickles do not have to be just dill flavored, even though those are amazing.Our customer base has no limits. They are teens, adults, grandparents, and even young children! They love our product because we are so unique and often, it reminds them of pickles their grandmother made. We love hearing from our customers that they ate the entire jar in 1 sitting and they're back for more!We are CLE's Refrigerator Pickle!
Our Ambition

We are raising funds for marketing, materials, event fees, and equipment. These funds would allow us to fulfill any large orders that come in. We would use the funds to buy materials in bulk, for better pricing, and to have on hand. These funds would allow us to participate in larger events, such as The Big Dill, Cleveland Pickle Fest, and Pittsburgh Pickle Fest. We would be able to rent the vehicles needed to get to these events. These funds would allow us to place ads on the radio and social media, to drive sales to the events we will be participating in. It would also allow us to get some swag for our vendors and customers. These funds will help us lease space from a local farmer to grow our own veggies. Lastly, these funds would allow us to purchase our own equipment, so we are not dependent on the shared kitchen space we lease.