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FoodCubby

Maker - Suzie Lucken

FoodCubby
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Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Mealtime Help

Six-year-old Ruby Lucken didn’t like different foods touching on her plate. She invented silicone food dividers and started selling them at farmer’s markets. To her family’s surprise, this simple solution is also good for people with special needs or older people who need help at mealtime.

The semi-circle cubbies suction onto your plate, but they do more than just keep foods separate. The cubbies create a “wall” to help push food onto a fork or spoon. Make sure to use a plate that is relatively smooth—raised designs or a large lip may prevent the cubbies from sticking.

FoodCubby has now evolved and new owner, Garrett Moreland, has taken over the reins. As the oldest of six, Garrett saw the need for food dividers based on a few picky-eater siblings and knew there had to be a solution. That’s when he got involved with FoodCubby.

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Discovered 1/27/2016

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Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Mealtime Help

Six-year-old Ruby Lucken didn’t like different foods touching on her plate. She invented silicone food dividers and started selling them at farmer’s markets. To her family’s surprise, this simple solution is also good for people with special needs or older people who need help at mealtime.

The semi-circle cubbies suction onto your plate, but they do more than just keep foods separate. The cubbies create a “wall” to help push food onto a fork or spoon. Make sure to use a plate that is relatively smooth—raised designs or a large lip may prevent the cubbies from sticking.

FoodCubby has now evolved and new owner, Garrett Moreland, has taken over the reins. As the oldest of six, Garrett saw the need for food dividers based on a few picky-eater siblings and knew there had to be a solution. That’s when he got involved with FoodCubby.