Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in healthy snacks but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Rhonda Goldberg, Founder of Oh! Naturals, located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

What's your business, and who are your customers?

Oh! Naturals feature wholesome fruits and vegetable snacks containing high potassium levels, a vital mineral for good health. The Oh! Naturals name was chosen to reflect the goodness of plant-based snacks and transparency in quality and commitment to consumers, from the package to the finished product, as an essential part of our core values. You can find us at Safeway, Sobey's , Farmboy, Save-On, and 7 Eleven to name a few.

Tell us about yourself

I hit a turning point in my life when I lost her father suddenly on the day of his Birthday. I realized that we need to celebrate our life every day as we never know when it will be our last. "Time" is a commodity that we have but, it can be the most expensive commodity if it is not spent wisely on the things that make us happy in life.

This led me to focus the rest of her time on helping make a difference for businesses and product creators worldwide. Over the years, I have pioneered many companies' brands to market. I decided to create our own product to give lend credence to what I do for others. To this end, she developed a Fruit and vegetable snack company called Oh! Naturals! I saw the need for healthy, vegan, and naturally healthy snack food in the Canadian market.

Oh! Naturals was created to make a difference in people's lives as a fun and functional snack food, based on a childhood experience of food allergies, sensitivities, and life-supporting dietary needs. Oh! Naturals' flavored banana chips and flavored sweet potato fries can be found in major national and international retail locations across Canada.

What's your biggest accomplishment as a business owner?

I am most proud of having an idea, bringing the idea to execution, and seeing my Oh! Naturals Snacks into the mainstream grocery stores and having a customer say thank you for creating. I also won the Women of Inspiration of 2019.

What's one of the hardest things that come with being a business owner?

Fear of failure. You might think you have the best idea or offer your products to the public. But then, it might not go exactly as planned.

What are the top tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow a business today?

Before starting a business, you should have the finances to support, solve a problem, and have a great support system.

Is there anything else you'd like to share?

If you find something you want to do, believe in yourself and don't give up.

Where can people find you and your business?


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