FAST COMPANY | Meet the (other) Musk brother who wants to change the world of food

Kimbal Musk was 25 when he and his brother Elon (perhaps you’ve heard of him?) sold their first tech company, called Zip2, for around $300 million. Elon poured some of his money into his next venture, which later became PayPal. Kimbal invested, but left Silicon Valley for culinary school, and later started opening a series of highly regarded restaurants in Colorado. Now he’s on a mission to help America eat healthier, more sustainable food.

“My goal is to go community by community and help improve the food culture, and get it to a place where we have a healthier society,” Musk says.



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