Lisa Lowe started Simple Fine Foods because she believes in providing the best quality pies to her community. Simple Fine Foods makes pies with mostly farm to table ingredients to preserve the freshness. They offer a small selection but are growing quickly and can’t wait to see what the future has in store.
Lisa is passionate is about highlighting the food on the table as well as telling the story of the people who prepared it and the gatherings that bring each meal to life.
Read below to learn more about Lisa, Simple Fine Foods, and more!
What is your favorite aspect of your job, your business, or your industry?
My favorite part of my job is curating products for the store. The world is my oyster, and i get to pull from around the world and bring unique products into the store. I also love that I get to work with food, how could you not like to do what I do? Retail is a tough industry to be in. I credit my customers with keeping me smiling everyday. I truly love what I do, so the toughest industry is easy for me.
Can you tell us something impactful you have learned in the last week?
One of my high school seniors (an employee) completed a project recently and wrote about working at the store for the past five years. It is heartwarming to know that I was able to make an impact on one young life and lay the groundwork for her to be sociable and organized and use these skills at college.
What does your business mean to the community?
We provide a service of giving the best, high quality food products and assortment to the erVillage.
Who are your three favorite business leaders in the community?
Lisa Umansky, owner of Polka Dot Poundcake and current Chamber of Commerce President; Kerri Punzi, Owner of The Giftologist; and Adrienne Greene, Manager of Valley Bank in RVC.
The Women in Business program offered by Valley as well as incentives given to female owned businesses/small businesses are the right fit for me and my business. Also, the personalized service given to me by each member of staff at the Rockville Center (RVC) branch goes a long way. I want every customer that comes to my shop to have a great experience, and the staff at Valley in RVC thinks that way also.