For Jason Brown, creating a business aimed at the organic foods market was, well, a natural evolution.Brown, a widower and single parent by the age of 20, has had his personal ups and downs over the years. Married three times, Brown, the father of five and the grandfather of three, in November 2004 developed Organic To Go, a fast-casual concept specializing in organic and natural foods that today has 12 cafes and 49 contract foodservice locations. In April 2005, the company purchased the ...
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