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Mum turns microgreen ‘side hustle’ into thriving business thanks to growing hunger for health foods

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A mother of two’s “side hustle” has turned into a veritable “love fest” that is likely to see her put on staff to assist her thriving microgreen business.

Last year, Clancy Gillingham started growing about 20 different varieties of microgreen (immature versions of vegetables and herbs) in a purpose-built cold room under her house in Adelaide Park, near Yeppoon. 

Now she supplies up to 200 customers at the markets each week in addition to local restaurants…



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