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SLO venture helps food-based companies grow

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Mike Coulson, a tea vendor from Vana Tisanes, which is sold at Mint+Craft, at the Nov. 14 Slow Money SLO event. Slow Money San Luis Obispo has been quickly gaining ground in its mission to connect food-based businesses to local lenders. The peer-to-peer lending and networking organization announced its new nonprofit status in November, allowing…


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