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Agatha from the Farmers Market Hits it Big

I walked up and down every aisle in the food section of the Super Target store four miles from my home, looking for the Yummy Spoonfuls display. Founder Agatha Achindu, who grew up a farmer's daughter in Cameroon, Africa, had contacted me to tell me her company just celebrated its 10 year anniversary, and how grateful she was to me for the FoodShed Planet article I wrote about her not long after her company launched.
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