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Past Issues

A shelling solution: Ghanaian firm reduces drudgery for women ground nut farmers | Why does MEDA have an investment fund? | When selling a family business makes sense | Ember builds on Indiana family RV tradition | Are worker shortages linked to burnout?
A beautiful business partnership: Pennsylvania couple overcome challenges to build flourishing quilt trade | Ethiopian sauce success | Goshen’s community bookstore | Kansas Electric prioritizes relationships | Wooden Boat navigates changing food sector | Demand for portable fire halls lights up
A new mindset for Africa: Regional business leader sees one million entrepreneurs selling African food internationally | MEDA to head $200 million initiative to create jobs in sub-Saharan Africa | Food security in a volatile world | Elevating women in manufacturing matters | Everence head reflects on pandemic experience
#Field2Fork2022: Photo Contest winners inside | Kansas firm promotes sustainable grain | Everence employee reflects on 51-year career | The high cost of low prices | Accountability in the modern world
Repairs with purpose: Bike shop teaches youth job skills | MEDA restructures for growth ahead | A challenging year for farmers | Career bliss through ice cream
A second chance for success: Project prepares women-led firms in Kenya, Rwanda to become investment ready | Award-winning BC engineer reflects on career guided by faith, innovation | Growing farmers’ prospects in northern Ghana | Waterloo man’s design business wasn’t planned