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#OTGYpsi: Several New Food Businesses Succeed Even In A Pandemic

Dec 16, 2020

Working out of a commercial kitchen in Ypsilanti Township, several new ventures have been able to survive and thrive, even in a pandemic.  Lisa Barry and Sarah Rigg talk with Forrest Maddox, co-creator of "The White Pine Kitchen," who is one of them creating a unique dining experience for people in their own homes.

  

Resources:

Concentrate Ann Arbor

Sarah Rigg's Feature Article: Despite pandemic, new food businesses thrive at Ypsi Township commercial kitchen

The White Pine Kitchen

Rosie's Community Kitchen

Concentrate Media COVID-19 Coverage

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