Wandal Cooper, 27, above, pickles vegetables at Preservation & Co. as part of the process of making Big John’s Habanero Chips, below. Company founder Jason Poole, top photo, used crowdfunding to start the business. “The marketing value of it is huge,” he said.
Wandal Cooper, 27, above, pickles vegetables at Preservation & Co. as part of the process of making Big John’s Habanero Chips, below. Company founder Jason Poole, top photo, used crowdfunding to start the business. “The marketing value of it is huge,” he said. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Wandal Cooper, 27, above, pickles vegetables at Preservation & Co. as part of the process of making Big John’s Habanero Chips, below. Company founder Jason Poole, top photo, used crowdfunding to start the business. “The marketing value of it is huge,” he said. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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