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In the fourteenth episode of the Sharing Knowledge Series, our host and chief lending officer, Kevin Vonderau, is joined by Kristyn Henslee, owner, Yellow House Cheese, and Douglas Katz, owner, Zhug, Chimi, and Amba. Together, they discuss what they’ve learned from their years of experience in the restaurant and farming industries, the adjustments they’ve adapted during the pandemic, and the trends they expect to see in the coming years.
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