Raz, Tahl
September 2002
Inc.;Sep2002, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p34
Features Tariq Farid, founder and chief executive officer of Edible Arrangements based in East Haven, Connecticut. Details on how he started the business; Information on fruit bouquets produced by the company; Net profit posted in 2001. INSET: Ripe or Rancid?.


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