I created Tejari to fill a daily gap I’ve experienced that stemmed before I had children — and became even more apparent since. With a hectic lifestyle, traveling often and limited time for self-care, I needed healthy to be easier. I looked for convenient options that didn’t include empty calories, tons of added sugar and cheap ingredients - and failed miserably. So, I did something about it.
After countless catch-ups and dinner conversations with friends, family and neighbors - it always came back to one thing. The need for a healthier option without sacrificing convenience. And with that, I created the first Tejari blends.
From day one, I’ve worked with health-conscious parents, wellness experts and nutritionists on the art and science of our blends to provide something nutritious, fulfilling and simple enough to become your family’s go-to. We only use organic, clean ingredients with no added sugar or preservatives, because frankly, we all could use less of that in our lives.
Leah Silberman is a registered dietitian and the founder of Tovita Nutrition, and virtual counseling service. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in dietetics, she went on to receive her masters and training in clinical nutrition at New York University. Leah is passionate about promoting clean eating and is an avid food label detective. She has contributed to many online publications including Goop, mindbodygreen, Business Insider, popsugar, Harper's Bazaar, and more.
Natalia Stasenko MS, RD is a leading expert on child nutrition with years of experience counseling in private practice, writing, speaking, consulting for health/food industry and teaching online. She trained as a Registered Dietitian at Columbia University in New York, where she also received her Master of Science degree in Nutrition. Natalia has contributed articles and quotes to including Parents Magazine, Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine and Huffington post and is an author to two books. Natalia currently resides in London with her two children and is the founder of Feeding Bytes, working with thousands of parents on building healthy food habits at a very young age.
Anjali Shah is a food writer, published author, board certified health coach, nutritionist, mom of two, and an advocate for healthy, clean eating for individuals and families. Her work has garnered nationwide attention as she has been featured on Oprah.com, Women’s Health, Cooking Light, Reader’s Digest, CNN, Food Network, SELF, Glamour, BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, Ladies’ Home Journal, Whole Foods, SHAPE, and at Kaiser Permanente.