Over the next several months, the Spy will be doing short interviews with residents that have using the Trappe-based Eat Sprout prepared meal company. In a joint effort with Eat Sprout owners Ryan and Emily Groll, we wanted to hear first hand why both individuals and families decided to order using this new food option.
We continue this month with Rich and Beth Trippe. Rich is president of the Avon-Dixon Insurance Agency, and Beth. who is a substitute teacher at Christ Church Day School.
Having met Ryan and Emily at Hearthstone Fitness a few years ago, Beth and Rich sat down with them to discuss their new business venture and were “blown away” with what the young couple wanted to do to bring fresh local food to busy families in Talbot County. Very quickly, they were hooked.
The Spy spoke to Beth and Rich last month to talk about Sprout and the impact it has had on their physical fitness and general quality of life.
This video is approximately two minutes in length. Full disclosure, Sprout donates food to the Spy from time to time. For more information about Sprout please go here