It was only a small concern, a side line behind a cafe, but productive.
Ages of staff ranged from 13 to 80, each assigned to what they were capable of, the youngest with the nimblest fingers putting the finishing touches to the product.
The goods were weighed, bagged, sealed, boxed and cellophaned, then packed together in multiples of dozens and gross in brown paper for delivery.
It was a good job, and you got free samples.
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