With flavors old and new, Hubs Peanuts are good for you, the earth and the community
Monday, 8 November 2021
"Female entrepreneurship was rare in the 1950s when Dot Hubbard became the pioneer of her craft. It all started as a labor of love.
Dot, a mother of four and schoolteacher in Sedley, Virginia, enjoyed hand-picking the biggest peanuts she could find on her father's farm, blister-frying them in her own kitchen and then gifting them to friends. "Her friends loved them and started requesting more of them," said Marshall Rabil, director of sales and marketing at Hubbard Peanut Company -- and Dot's grandson. "My grandparents thought, 'Maybe this could work.'"
It worked indeed."
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