Wednesday, November 25, 2015

NPR's On Point features Sara Foster as guest

“Now 1990 seems like a lifetime ago, when small upscale food markets in New York and Connecticut inspired me to bring the concept to the south. In the unlikely space of a former lawn mower repair shop on a short stretch of highway in Durham, my vision of a charming market quickly took shape. Power washing oil and grease from the basement and replacing old lawn mowers with sugar and flour bins was the beginning of putting Foster’s on the map.”

—"Fresh Ideas For Your Thanksgiving Feast" Tom Ashbrook, On Point, NPR

No comments:

Post a Comment