Five Card Story: Raspberry Empire

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a Five Card Flickr story by Simon Dewey/Benjamin fadel created Sep 30 2022, 05:51:46 pm. Create a new one!

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this story is the story of how two boys that lived in the contry side spent to llive in the city with a lot of money and with a rasberry fabric.Benjamin and Simon two boys who lived in the north of the United States in a field far from the city. the daily routine of these two boys was to get up in the morning and go to harvest and pick raspberries. They did this without any kind of commercial purpose but rather for their own consumption, they made pie and other things. Until one day they realized that with the amount of raspberries they had, they could generate a lot of money if they sold them. then they started the business. simon and benja began to collect and cultivate in large masses with the tractors that the field had once they had a good quantity they made bags of 10 raspberries each and with the truck that the father had they went to the city and began to harvest them sell in the grocery store of a friend of theirs. These raspberries had such a sweet and delicious flavor that people began to buy them. This generated a lot of income for the children and with that money they bought many machines that made their work easier and could generate more raspberries. Finally, many greengrocers were established throughout the world and today they are the largest supplier of raspberries. And that's the simple story of two guys who went from living in the country to being the biggest purveyors of raspberries in the world.

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