Marcus, Iowa (KCRG) – Cathy Lockwood was set off by the hotel management office in August, so that its owner, and the high was remodeled.
“I was thinking as proof that the recession? All these need food,” said Lockwood.
Rest for a while, Lockwood begun to mention those things, Map Book 2He launched in December online.
“Note that the freeze-dried food, as well thinking that there was something that maybe I could do. “
This, being strong at random, although there was a risk. “And then, when I thought about food, I can still work in a food product,” Lockwood said.
The freeze-dried food focused her business to do what it says it can be up to 25 years.
“We are on powdered eggs. Camps that are big,” 9-Lockwood TV shows. “I want to be able to provide a great opportunity to create the ingredients they want to be.”
Inspire Lockwood’s goal is no longer to be self-reliant people. “Since in our electricity derecbo hit and lost for 13 days, it’s just a reminder before you lost everything in the freezer and refrigerator. And they have more shelf-stable food makes sense,” said Lockwood.
Most food will be 24 to 48 hours in the dryer. The Pineapple Lock takes 60 hours. He emphasized that freeze-drying is more than dehydrating.
“The neat thing about the freeze-drying as a dehydrating do more with the dehydrating fruits and vegetables, but you can do almost anything Liofilización,” he said.
In order to grow, the greater the distance Lock move will think about hiring help, and now, she focused on online sales and delivery in Aristotle.
When this scheme is said to be in the midst of a pandemic, which is in the eye of a learning curve, but it was a journey of fun. “This will be others who do not have a large freezer and refrigerator space. “
For information on the range of shelf-stable products Lockwood’s Book Table 2, you can visit her website.
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