Hunter Jackson, 10, Starts a Bakery and Shows Entrepreneurship | News from the region


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While most ten-year-olds spent their summer vacation playing with friends and relaxing at home, Hunter Jackson started his own baking business, selling an assortment of sweet treats at Griffith Rotary Markets. A budding entrepreneur, Hunter’s Kitchen debuted in the markets on Sunday selling dozens of chocolate chip and M&M cookies as well as blueberry muffins all made from scratch and with love. According to Hunter, his love of baking stems from his dairy and nut allergies which led him to experiment with a range of food recipes to make them tastier. “I first started making cooking videos where I showed my recipes like pasta, and then last year I started making cookies,” Hunter said. “I use the same trusted recipes and ingredients every time because I know they’re trusted, what works best, and what tastes the most delicious.” READ MORE Mum Sharon said she was beyond proud of her son for his baking and entrepreneurial spirit, selling his creations at Sunday markets. “I’m very proud of him,” Ms. Jackson said. “He doesn’t need supervision or help at all, he does it all on his own. Hunter really is a great little cook. When The Area News asked for a preview of these special ingredients, Hunter declined.” My recipes and ingredients are secret,” said Hunter. “You just have to come to the markets and buy my cookies yourself to find out!” Hunter will return to the markets on Sunday January 30 and sell its delicious cookies and muffins if you want to get started and support Griffiths youngest entrepreneur. But get in quick! Hunter’s Kitchen is ready to sell out fast! Our reporters work hard to bring local, up-to-date news to the community. is how you can access our trusted content:



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