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.
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