When it comes to feeding hungry kiddos, every mother fits the term Power Mom. But these women are taking the power up a notch by doing awesome work in the food industry. They are helping to feed hungry kids, creating a honey alternative to save bees, inventing a new toddler sippy cup and making it possible for moms to breastfeed while away from home. Click through the slideshow to see how these women are powering up the food industry.

Tal Baum, Owner of Bellina Alimentari Italian Market and Restaurant

Tal Baum is the owner of Bellina Alimentari, an authentic Italian restaurant and market, located in the Ponce City Market of Atlanta, GA. She and her restaurant are committed to serving delicious, authentic food for families. Tal began working on bringing Bellina Alimentari to life three years ago with the desire to make ethical Italian eating easy. She believes every meal should be an amazing experience, where quality and ethics never have to be compromised. The restaurant also features regular cooking classes designed to teach parents and kids how to cook Italian together. Tal believes in giving back, and is a proud supporter of local sustainability organization including Slow Food Atlanta, Southeastern Sustainable Livestock Coalition and Georgia Organics. She’s the mother of two boys, Ethan (3) and Ari (1). She and her husband and kids love to travel and participate in outdoor activities.

Proudest Accomplishment: “Managing family life and work-life balance. It’s always a challenge and something I deal with daily. However, the constant running around and trying to balance motherhood and career keeps me motivated to do my best at both. Whenever I wake up in the morning I go over my day to see what the expectations are. And when I need help, I am not shy to ask for it. Whether my mom needs to pick up the kids from school or a babysitter needs to spend the afternoon with them, I know I cannot do it all on my own.”

photo courtesy of Tal Baum

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—Leah R. Singer