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Maine company scores major brownie points

Sudden fame is a sugar rush for small firm

Shannon Grauer of Freeport, Maine, started a fresh batch of brownies in Brunswick last week. Shannon Grauer of Freeport, Maine, started a fresh batch of brownies in Brunswick last week. (Fred Field for the boston globe)
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / December 26, 2007

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BRUNSWICK, Maine - Trina Beaulier taught school in a small Maine town for years, and when she retired three years ago, the shy, white-haired grandmother figured her busiest days were behind her. (Full article: 1137 words)

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