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Originally Published in Cupcake Magazine

Winter Issue 2016

Camila Alves, yummy spoonfuls co-founder and multitalented mompreneur, graces the pages of Cupcake Magazine, the fashion-centric destination for the stylish mom. The cover story for Cupcake’s 2016 Winter Issue features an exclusive interview with Camila covering everything from family, food, business and more.

The article focuses heavily on Camila’s vision for yummy spoonfuls. “Our goal as a company has always been to promote healthy living and offer convenience and products at an affordable price point and never compromise in order to cut corners, to save time or money.” She tells Cupcake. Camila goes on to talk about motherhood and tips for the kitchen saying, “The most important thing is knowing the order of your priorities between your family, yourself, work, pleasure and other things.”

Read the article and view the entire magazine here.

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