Photo courtesy of Mi Mate.
“Mi Mate was inspired by the fresh approach to yerba mate that we encountered in Paraguay…” said Alan Luna, left, who co-founded Mi Mate with partners Edward Muallem and Yaniv Shemesh in 2017.

Photo courtesy of Mi Mate. “Mi Mate was inspired by the fresh approach to yerba mate that we encountered in Paraguay…” said Alan Luna, left, who co-founded Mi Mate with partners Edward Muallem and Yaniv Shemesh in 2017.

In the last six months, since Mi Mate began landing major accounts throughout the county, including selling at all campus markets at UC San Diego, the Hillcrest-based company has made $95,000 in revenue in San Diego alone...

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