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Friday, October 04, 2013

Tigard startup Scratch and Grain makes organic cookie baking kits to sell in grocery stores across Oregon and Washington.

Geiger was looking to start her own businesses, with a small construction company and a failed attempt at frozen baby food under her belt. In October 2012, Tutin baked cookies with her six-year-old daughter. More than $40 on ingredients and two hours of scrambling around kitchen left her with dozens of mediocre cookies. She wanted an easier way to bake.


"I didn’t really want to start a business, I just wanted the product to exist," said Tutin.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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