“It just has a real unique flavor. Anybody who tastes it just immediately likes it,” Witt said.
Six stores began carrying the first run of her product and she plans to make a second batch to fill additional orders later this month.
After the holidays, Witt, who owns a dry cleaner with her husband, wants to expand her business beyond Oklahoma and use the income to supplement their retirement.
Witt says anyone with a dream of starting their own food-based business would benefit from the OSU entrepreneurial workshop, which is held about every two months on the Stillwater campus.
For more information, visit www.fapc.okstate.edu/workshops/basictraining.
Jennifer Palmer, Business Writer