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May 13, 2014

Business Briefs

Grand Trunk market celebrates 10th year

Grand Trunk Old World Market on Pleasant Street is celebrating its 10th anniversary on Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. Join the owners and staff for food and wine samples, as they also celebrate Newburyport’s 250th anniversary. Meet artisan producers and Saul Katz (former owner of The Premier Market).

Just Add Cooking expands delivery service to Greater Newburyport

Just Add Cooking, which provides a flexible meal kit delivery service, has announced the expansion of its delivery area North of Boston as well as new seasonal elements to be added to their boxes of fresh ingredients and recipes delivered to customers’ doors weekly.

“As a local company, we are able to respond quickly to local market demand and provide seasonality in our dishes that meet our customers’ needs,” said Jan Leife, co-founder of Just Add Cooking.

Just Add Cooking’s extended delivery area includes the following cities and towns: Amesbury, Salisbury Beach, Newburyport, Newbury, Rowley, West Newbury, Byfield and Georgetown.

Just Add Cooking sources all of its ingredients locally and provides boxes full of fresh, whole ingredients and internationally-inspired recipes. Delivery of the boxes to customers’ doors is included, making it fun and easy to make dinner each week without meal planning or grocery shopping. There is no minimum commitment to the service, and customers may pause or stop it at any time.

Bouton named Pipeline Fellow

Katie Bouton, founder and president of the executive search firm Koya Leadership Partners, was recently named to the Pipeline Fellowship’s Class of 2014, Boston. As one of seven women, Bouton will participate in a six-month angel investing bootcamp, which is specifically designed for women who are first-time angel investors. The Pipeline Fellowship was founded by Natalia Oberti Noguera, who was named by Forbes magazine as one of the 5 most powerful women changing the world in venture capital and entrepreneurship.

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