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Candy! Westchester girls created CakeScraps, BobbyPops throughout pandemic

Some might name the alternatives introduced in the course of the pandemic as a silver lining, however for six Westchester girls, the possibility to begin their very own enterprise is extra of a candy scenario.

That is as a result of they took an opportunity to open companies they won’t have usually  — one promoting cake and the opposite sweet. For 23-year-old Andie Regan, who at one time thought of attending culinary college, the pandemic gave her time to develop her cake-in-a-jar, enterprise whereas for 5 sisters who grew up in Bedford, the main focus turned to easy methods to put smiles on individuals’s faces with sweet messages. 

What’s even sweeter? Each ship their merchandise nationally. 

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Irvington native Andie Regan at all times knew she’d personal a enterprise, however the pandemic expedited it. The self-taught baker, who began a made-to-order cookie enterprise with a buddy when she was in highschool, continued to bake whereas getting her a level in Enterprise Administration from Tulane’s Freeman College of Enterprise in New Orleans.