Constructive Eating began when one of the founders’ children fell in love with construction equipment at a young age. The stage knew no boundaries. Anything and everything became focused on construction. The family room became home to road graders, dump trucks and tower cranes. The bedroom was decorated with construction themed carpets, shirts and sheets. Before long, their child was asking to put Cheerios on the floor to act as rubble for his bulldozer. This made them ponder… What if breakfast, lunch and dinner could become “rubble?” What if forks, spoons and pushers were the “machines?” Carter and Jackie Malcolm put on their entrepreneurial hardhats, designed the fleet of Construction Utensils and began Constructive Eating.