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Ann's Organic Market

Posted October 25, 2013
Margaret Hudson turned a twenty year passion for health and wellbeing into a business when she opened Ann's Organic Market in April of 2011. The company sells a variety of meats and produce that are all USDA certified organic, and supplements. Ann's Organic Market also carries a line of food products that are gluten and casein free. Military and seniors receive a 10% discount on supplements. Special orders are available and are placed on the 3rd Thursday every month.

Below, Ann shares the following comment detailing her experience with MSBDC services.

"In the process of starting my business I was referred to the Small Business Development Center by a local lender. I attended a number of workshops and utilized the one-on-one counseling services. The classes laid a nice foundation for starting business and the one-on-one sessions were customized to meet my specific needs. I continue to receive support from the Small Business Development Center by attending specialized workshops and utilizing my business counselor's expertise in areas such as niche marketing and business organization."

--- Margaret Hudson

MSBDC wishes Margaret Hudson and Ann's Organic Market best of luck and will continue to be there for her and her business.

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