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March 2017

Finding sweet success with her own cookie company Read More

Cookie orders began flooding in just minutes after a segment about Collette Divitto, the owner of Collettey’s Cookies, aired on CBS Boston. Within days, Divitto had requests for 2,000 cookies. And that was November, before her story really went viral. Since then, orders have skyrocketed to 60,000. 

March 2017

Made in Mass: Nola’s Fresh Foods Read More

Mexican style salsa fresca made the really authentic way, is the reason why this Dorchester company has attracted so many fans.


March 2017

A Place to Park Read More

What happens when you’ve got a brilliant idea, put it into action, and then realize that a pivot is necessary? That’s what happened to young food entrepreneurs Cassandria Campbell and Jackson Renshaw, whose Fresh Food Generation food truck drew accolades as soon as it began traversing Boston early in 2015.

March 2017

How This 17-Year-Old Created Her Own Successful Ice Cream Company Read More

As a teenager, I always wonder what more I can do. I'm involved in clubs, sports, and just about a million other extracurriculars. However, never in a million years would I have either the time or passion to start my own business. For Grace Connor, owner of Little G Ice Cream Company, it seemed like a no-brainer. At the age of 17, she is running a fully successful, soon to be home-recognizable, ice cream company.

February 2017

Downtown View: A Recipe for Cooking Read More

Take one old hot dog factory. Add two big kitchens, eight convection ovens, 12 food truck spaces, several 15-gallon mixers, a frying pan logo, a 1,800 square-foot refrigerator and 45 start-ups. Stir in $15 million of public money, tax credits and donations. Cook for seven years while raising money, renovating the factory, and getting up to speed. Top it off with an executive director who knows her stuff.

February 2017

An entrepreneur with Down syndrome starts her own cookie company and finds sweet success Read More

Cookie orders began flooding in just minutes after a segment about Collette Divitto, the owner of Collettey’s Cookies, aired on CBS Boston. Within days, Divitto had requests for 2,000 cookies. And that was November, before her story really went viral. Since then, orders have skyrocketed to 60,000.

January 2017

Rejection Made This Baker With Down Syndrome Open Her Own Cookie Shop Read More

She made lemonade out of lemons. A Boston-area woman with Down syndrome has a flourishing business thanks, in part, to previous rejection she faced.

January 2017

The Inspiration for This Teen's Ice Cream Shop Will Make Your Heart Melt Read More

Who would’ve thought that a sweet treat like ice cream could help a teen cope with major obstacles in life, and create a booming business all at the same time? 
January 2017

Local teen churns out own ice cream company Read More

Grace Connor, like most 17-year-olds, spends a lot of time on her phone, but this Milton Academy senior used hers to jumpstart a lifelong dream of owning a company. 
January 2017

Sweet! Cookie Business Started by Woman With Down Syndrome Is Booming Read More

Collette Divitto, 26, runs her own cookie company in Boston's North End. Her story has gone viral, as she is living out her motto of never giving up.


January 2017

He makes bone broth so you don’t have to Read More

Bone broth isn’t just broth, although many have questioned this since the craze for it as a nutrient-rich drink swept the country. Made with more bones than regular broth and simmered for much longer, it’s similar to traditional broth, but typically more intense. 


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