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2018六开彩开奖结果: The Digest

The Digest

This Coconut Chip Company Found Success Because Its Founder Embraced His Asian Roots

The entrepreneur behind Dang Foods says he had to overcome the hurdle of introducing Americans to a new snacking category.

General Mills Claims to Sell a 'First of Its Kind' Product That Has Been Eaten by Native Americans for Hundreds of Years

Epic Provisions, owned by the food giant, took credit for creating a buffalo meat and dried fruit bar, but Native Americans have been eating it for hundreds of years. Another company also debuted a similar product years before.

This Nearly $8 Million Tea Brand Was Built on Its Founders Knocking on 500 Doors

Tiesta Tea aims to simplify options for customers by explaining the function and flavor of each of its loose leaf tea packages.

This Former Software Entrepreneur Now Runs an Alkaline Water Company That's Expected to Bring in up to $9 Million This Year

Jose Fernandez entered a whole new industry with TEN Water after he thought he could improve on existing alkaline water brands.

'If You Created it, You Should Be the Best at Everything in Your Company,' Says the Co-Founder of Lenny & Larry's Complete Cookies

Barry Turner, who along with his co-founder created the protein category, has evolved from hustler to creative 'mad scientist.'

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These Childhood Friends Created a $100 Million Brand by Putting Frozen Greek Yogurt on a Stick

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These Food Industry Veterans Say That Building a Community Is the Most Important Part of a Food Startup

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深圳风采46期 www.t12ui.cn In this ongoing column, The Digest, www.t12ui.cn News Director Stephen J. Bronner speaks with food entrepreneurs and executives to see what it took to get their products into the mouths of customers.

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