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August 29, 2012

In 2009, Ashlee Furr and Jenny Fulton were in a pickle.

The friends and co-workers had been laid off from their financial jobs and were looking for work. Since Fulton had always made pickles on the side, her husband urged the women to start a business.

After trying various recipes, they started Miss Jenny’s Pickles in May 2010 in Kernersville, NC.

The company, which grows its cucumbers on Fulton’s grandmother’s land, offers four flavors of its all natural, gourmet pickles.

In the South, the Traditional Bread and Butter Pickles are No. 1, followed by the Signature Salt and Pepper Pickles, said Furr, a UGA grad who grew up in Atlanta.

If you like a kick, try the award-winning Habanero Bread and Butter Pickles.

A 16-ounce jar of the hand-cut, hand-packed pickles is about $7.

To order, visit www.MissJennysPickles.com or check The Fresh Market stores in the Atlanta area.

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2 Comments
  1. I have talked shop with Ashlee and a more generous soul one will not find..good luck
    ladies and pickle on…

  2. I’m going to have to try these! I love pickles!

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