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This Company Offers One-Stop Shopping For Artisanal Food

Artizone lets the farmers market come to you.
Nice to meat you: Lior Lavy (left) and a purveyor. Source: Anna Knott

In 2009, three software engineers, a CFO and an HR exec came up with a savory idea: They would create a platform that lets shoppers make purchases from multiple artisan food producers and have everything delivered in a single order, along with certain big-brand staples.

“To be successful, we knew we had to work with artisans in each

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