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117 days ago

5 year old entrepreneur

Steven from Glenview

Hi All ,
My 5 year old has been showing a lot of interest in food markets , so my wife and I are supporting her to start her very own business . Currently we are on the waiting list to get into the Tamahere markets but all legalities are done with food safety and council and her business is up and running .
She is selling ready Mix spices - made for convenience cooking . 3 flavours are out now :
- Smokey Bbq
- ready Mix curry
- tasty roast
They come in 80g packets and sell for $3.50 each . They make great Christmas presents for those who love cooking. Check out her Facebook page and thanks for your support .
Thanks everyone.
awbs://m.facebook.com/Aivas-Spice-Mix-101361028020302/?ref=bookmarks


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