Community Planning & Economic Development
Business Profile: Winter Goddess Foods
Winter Goddess Owners Nenemiah and Terry Williams
Nenemiah and Terry Williams started Winter Goddess Foods, a local snack, drink and treat company, in 2010. Using organic, fair trade and locally sourced ingredients, Winter Goddess Foods was created with a mission to provide consumers with healthy and ethically sourced foods in the Twin Cities and Western Wisconsin. All Winter Goddess products, from the Butter Crunch Toffee, Tranquility Chai mix, Wild Rice Bread, Cake Gems, Truffles, Salted Turtle Shells, and multiple flavors of granola and nut mixes are made without binders, fillers, additives, corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, chemicals, and GMOs.
Winter Goddess Foods’ award-winning products can be found at the Midtown and Richfield Farmers Markets on Saturdays, the Linden Hills Farmers Market on Sundays, and in around 20 stores in the metro area. Winter Goddess Foods has accessed CPED’s Homegrown Business Development Center loan program twice, using the funds to purchase production equipment, packaging and other resources needed to support the growing business.Nenemiah and Terry say that their favorite part about owning a small business is community-building with other business owners, local farmers, and their customers.
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Last updated Jun 19, 2017