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Mutt’s Sauce’s Small Business Journey

February 10, 2022

Mutt��s Sauce’s  Small Business
While serving in the US Air Force, Charlie “Mutt” Ferrell, Jr. was known for his homemade, all-purpose sauce. Decades later, his granddaughter Charlynda founded Mutt’s Sauce
to share it with the world.

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