When she was 27 years old -- and pregnant -- Ashley Tyrner left her Malibu, California, life behind to move to New York City.
She needed a fresh start, but it wasn’t easy. Tyrner was struggling financially after a messy divorce. She was forced to rely on food stamps to survive. And she couldn’t afford the organic food she was used to across the country.
That got her thinking about how she could sell affordable organic foods to people like herself. Read full story on PBJ.com.
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