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Hoosier Marketplace

After learning about the benefits of unprocessed and unrefined salt while on a quest for better health, Charmane Andrews Skillen created s.a.l.t. sisters to help others create full-flavor, healthy food at home. The Goshen, Indiana, company ...

Hoosier made: Five products to make you proud to be a Hoosier

By Kelly Patrick Slone   Bootmakers USA, a certified minority and women-owned business in West Lafayette, Indiana, specializes in riding, polo and dress boots for women, men and young adults. Bootmakers offers a platform for designing ...

Hoosier made

Five products to make you proud to be a Hoosier By Kelly Patrick Slone   Almost a century after Rilla Plyley sparked an idea by putting a plate of fudge on a shelf in the family store in LaGrange, Indiana, Plyley’s Candies continues to ...

Five products to make you proud to be a Hoosier

By Kelly Patrick Slone For more than 30 years, Albanese Confectionery has been crafting sweet, salty and sour candies at its Merrillville, Indiana, factory. The company prides itself on its quality ingredients — sourced only from growers in the ...

Five products to make you proud to be a Hoosier

By Kelly Patrick Slone   Action Custom Straps in Indianapolis got its start when Terry Misner bought a camera but had trouble finding a worthy strap for his new device. Misner bought leather to fashion his own strap, which sparked the ...

5 Hoosier-made products

By Victoria T. Davis Beat the Heat Habanero Dip - A Spice Above A Spice Above, located in Crown Point, Ind. carries 18 different varieties of all natural gourmet dips. The company boasts that its products are all natural, low carb and contain ...

Boss’s Day

Show your supervisor you appreciate their leadership By Rebecca R. Bibbs BUYING GIFTS CAN BE TOUGH Even when they are for people we know well. But buying a gift for the head honcho in honor of Boss’s Day on Oct. 16 can present special ...

Backyard Barbecue

Get a taste of Indiana with meat, produce and refreshing beverages By Rebecca R. Bibbs Summertime means breaking out the grill and having family and friends over for a backyard barbecue. Many minority- and women-owned Indiana companies provide ...