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US (WI): Microgreens business sprouts up

Shekhinah Bernier thought she was moving back to the Sheboygan area to help out a budding microgreen business, but she ended up buying it instead.

The entrepreneur, the daughter of Brian and Lisa Bernier — owners of Harvest Cafe in Sheboygan — moved back to the area several months ago to lend a hand at Little Sprouts Farm, but when the owner of the farm landed a job out of state, Shekhinah — and her parents — decided to buy the company.

Read more at the Wisconsin State Farmer (Phillip Bock)

Publication date: 12/22/2017

 


 

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