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CookStart logoClients of the Enactus program CookStart will sell their products at the March 30 farmers’ market in the student centre.

CookStart clients bringing wares to market

Patrons of the campus farmers’ market Thursday will see — and taste — what students help bring to the table.

Clients of the Enactus program CookStart, which assists entrepreneurs to open their own food-based businesses, will be selling their products at the final market of the winter semester. The 12-week program provides free one-on-one consultation with student volunteers.

“Our consultants work with their individual clients to create a business plan, logo and business card, website, social media platforms as well as attain their food handler certificate,” says project manager Brunilda Gjini, a third-year business student.

The farmers’ market runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 30 in the CAW Student Centre Commons.

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