From left: Co-founders Matt Wadiak, Matt Salzberg and Ilia Papas, seen in their company’s Manhattan, N.Y., office, have grown Blue Apron rapidly since it was founded in 2012. After a humble start testing recipes in Wadiak’s apartment and packing the boxes themselves, the company now delivers 8 million meals per month.
From left: Co-founders Matt Wadiak, Matt Salzberg and Ilia Papas, seen in their company’s Manhattan, N.Y., office, have grown Blue Apron rapidly since it was founded in 2012. After a humble start testing recipes in Wadiak’s apartment and packing the boxes themselves, the company now delivers 8 million meals per month. Yana Paskova For The Washington Post
From left: Co-founders Matt Wadiak, Matt Salzberg and Ilia Papas, seen in their company’s Manhattan, N.Y., office, have grown Blue Apron rapidly since it was founded in 2012. After a humble start testing recipes in Wadiak’s apartment and packing the boxes themselves, the company now delivers 8 million meals per month. Yana Paskova For The Washington Post

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