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Coronavirus Pandemic Boosts Demand for Washington-Based Family Farm's Products by 4,000%

The coronavirus pandemic has caused demand for farm products and pantry staples to skyrocket to "astronomical levels," one farmer said. Palouse Brand farmer Sara Mader told “The Claman Countdown” that business never really slowed down after the 2019 holiday season, and the virus outbreak only furthered their growth. “I started watching the numbers very closely and the sales started jumping at astronomical levels,” she said. “So much so that we had to immediately flip products. We saw 4,000% growth in some products ... We didn't have time to catch up!!!”

Photo Credit: Katherine Volkovski

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