In 1982 the only option for getting garlic into your meal was to either chop up a fresh clove and have your hands smell for the rest of the day, or settle for a couple of thin, dry flakes tapped out of a plastic container. For the Chef’n founder, CEO, and Famous Inventor David Holcomb, there really was no option. He had to do better, and he knew he could. Fast forward a few decades and David’s first creation, the Garlic Machine, has become Chef’n.
They are a growing Seattle-based company with more than 250 product patents worldwide and a single mission. They want to make better tools so you can make better food.