Inspired by popular cocktail creations, Little Saints makes its own twist on its products, such as Ginger Mule, Paloma, Spicy Margarita and Negroni. Since its launch, Klein has garnered attention from custom retailers, such as LA-based health food grocery store Erewhon, as well as amassing a following. loyal following through her social platforms and online sales.
As an industry leader, paving the way to raise spirits for alcohol-free alternatives, it may come as a surprise that her career trajectory looks a bit different before Klein took the helm of Little Saints. . In fact, she started her career as an environmental lawyer, joining the nonprofit law firm and advocacy group Earthjustice before starting a small law firm of her own. She then embarked on a career in indoor gardening with FarmedHere, a vertical farm at the forefront of the local food movement among mid-20s. Then in 2017, Megan turned the company around and founded Field + Farmer, a plant-based food and beverage brand that gets its ingredients from local farmers—and remains on Whole Foods shelves until Nowadays. However, her unwavering love for the environment is at the heart of all her careers.
Listen to the latest episode of Second life to hear how Klein continues to develop modern drinking culture through the power of nature.