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Two thousand tonnes of honey produced each year and pushing for more.
Ryan, a lover of snowboarding, travel, and adventure sports, knew he should be doing something he loved. So he spent six months developing a new business plan.
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Like many Kiwi businesses, Molly Woppy came from humble beginnings. The business began when Alistair started baking at home, on top of his full-time job.