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The Jelly with a Bite

TWO SISTERS are making their mark on Louisiana’s food scene with pepper jellies made with ingredients grown on family farmland. Kim White and Cindy Anders founded Bulldog Pepper Jelly after inheriting their grandparents’ farm in Lone Pine, a community in central Louisiana, where they grow peppers and harvest pecans to be made into perfectly spicy pepper jellies.

The business began on a

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