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Today we introduced Created Whole Tortillas at Redondo Beach Farmer’s Market. It was a wonderful day to start, sunny, clear, and a beautiful 75 degrees (last week was pouring rain). The market is every Thursday morning from 8am-1pm.

We feel so blessed to be part of the Redondo market. Our spot is next to the “Empenada Maker” and “The Crepe Lady.” Across the way, Chris sells mango salsa and the best guacomole, which goes so well with tortillas. Jim, the meat maker from Pasadena, shared the dozen tortillas he bought with some of the other vendors, who said, “Those are great tortillas!”

It was a great learning experience for us. We have been wanting to get Created Whole tortillas into farmer’s markets, and this is an ideal market to begin in. It’s ideal because the requirements for this market are easier for us to meet than compared to some other markets. We believe that the Redondo Market will open up many other opportunities for us, as well as give us a great knowledge base. Recently, so much has been happening with our business, and we truly believe God is behind us. Not only behind us and our business, but in front of us, guiding our steps, our faltering faith, and showing us that He has more in store than we could ever hope to imagine. That He can do “the impossible” with this company.

But that, I will save for another blog…

Till, next time…eat tortillas:)


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>The New Year has once again inspired us to take Created Whole Tortillas to a whole new level. This week we have been working on a press release that you can read by going to Bakersfield Life Online.

Also, a really exciting development for us is being part of the Redondo Beach Farmer’s Market. Starting next week (if we get our LA county health permit by then) we will be a regular fixture.

Kara had talked to the manager of the RB market over a month ago, and at the time, the manager did not have a space available. Just this morning Kara decided to contact her again coming from a bit of a different angle. When people try the tortillas, it’s assumed they will love them, so Kara took a pack to the market today to give to the manager. Kara talked briefly to the manager, gave her the tortillas, and Kara said she would be in touch in two weeks. Well, not even 4 hours later, the manager calls and says, “We have a spot for you, and you can start next Thursday. Your tortillas are great by the way…”

See you in Redondo Beach:)