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About us

A collective work in progress towards real impact.

At west~bourne, our ethos is 'eat well. do better. gather often.' With chef-driven snacks and pantry staples meant to dress up everyday cooking, and serve as unique additions to any gathering. All impeccably sourced, utilizing regenerative, sustainable, and organic ingredients. Welcome to our uncompromising work in progress.

The Making of the Cookbook

Every small yet impactful shift we make in our cooking and lifestyle supports a healthier planet and the next generation.

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"Marcus is not just a chef and restaurateur; she's also an activist for how we perceive our food systems and interact with our environment."

"Marcus is not just a chef and restaurateur; she's also an activist for how we perceive our food systems and interact with our environment."
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Best Gifts For Design-Obsessed Home Chefs

"A counter-worthy oil set — for gifts that are as beautiful as they are utilitarian."

Best Gifts For Design-Obsessed Home Chefs

"A counter-worthy oil set — for gifts that are as beautiful as they are utilitarian."

“This Avocado Oil Brightens Up My Winter”

Enjoy pure, drizzled over crunchy green salads, roasted vegetables, yogurt, and even ice cream (yes, you heard us right).

“This Avocado Oil Brightens Up My Winter”

Enjoy pure, drizzled-over, crunchy green salads, roasted vegetables, yogurt, and baked goods (yes, you heard us right).
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Meet Camilla

Named one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business, Camilla Marcus is a chef, entrepreneur, activist, and mother of three who is challenging conventional ideas about our food systems and environmental stewardship. Drawing from her Californian roots, she started west~bourne as New York City's first zero-waste certified restaurant and has now expanded its mission of eating well and doing better into a collection of regenerative, carbon neutral provisions for the modern home.

Committed to cross-industry innovation, Camilla's endeavors range from championing regenerative farming to reshaping the hospitality landscape. She co-founded ROAR (Restaurants Organizing Advocating Rebuilding) and is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC). In addition, her passion extends to crafting a more equitable childcare system for working mothers. Camilla is also a member of the Fast Company Impact Council and part of the invitation-only Google Food Lab think tank.
Named one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business, Camilla Marcus is a chef, entrepreneur, activist, and mother of three who is challenging conventional ideas about our food systems and environmental stewardship. Drawing from her Californian roots, she started west~bourne as New York City's first zero-waste certified restaurant and has now expanded its mission of eating well and doing better into a collection of regenerative, carbon neutral provisions for the modern home.

Committed to cross-industry innovation, Camilla's endeavors range from championing regenerative farming to reshaping the hospitality landscape. She co-founded ROAR (Restaurants Organizing Advocating Rebuilding) and is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC). In addition, her passion extends to crafting a more equitable childcare system for working mothers. Camilla is also a member of the Fast Company Impact Council and part of the invitation-only Google Food Lab think tank.

Eat well, do better, and gather often.

Soil is connected to almost everything that humans do – the plants we grow, the food we eat, and how we, as a collective, can combat climate change. That’s why supporting and encouraging regenerative agriculture – which promotes and improves soil health and biodiversity – is an undeniable way to solve the climate crisis.
Soil is connected to almost everything that humans do – the plants we grow, the food we eat, and how we, as a collective, can combat climate change. That’s why supporting and encouraging regenerative agriculture – which promotes and improves soil health and biodiversity – is an undeniable way to solve the climate crisis.

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