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Business Spotlight: Tea for Two

Nixa-based Bahati Tea Co. eyes expansion after growth in first year.

Ozark apparel manufacturer Third Street Sportswear maintains workforce as pandemic cuts into sales and alters product line.

Family-owned SafeSpace Co. records jump in sales during the coronavirus pandemic.

Longtime tourist attraction Fantastic Caverns adjusts to unprecedented drop in visitors in 2020.

Vintage Paris owners predict revenue will surpass $300,000 in 2021.

After 45 years in business, Northeast Diesel Service is fueling up for big changes in the industry.

Stone County Developmental Disability Board has its first director in place and a big vision for teaching life skills.

Promoveo's expansion into Springfield comes in preparation for client and staff additions.

Fordland Clinic ramps up COVID-19 testing, as it eyes office expansion.

Side Kick Dog Training finds new home in Ozark for $120,000.

Jarvis Family Eye Center hits 10,000 patients in Willard and looks to expand in 2021.

Meridian Title Co. is making acquisitions to build firm to nearly 100 employees in two years.

Corporate sales fuel Bon Bon's Candy House activity beyond holidays.

Husband-and-wife-run food truck evolves into million-dollar business.

Hold Fast Brewing's owners work to overcome COVID-19 sales impact.

The artists of Fresh Gallery get creative to find a new home to display their works.

Birthing clinic brings midwifery care to Amish and Mennonite communities.

After 13 years, Millsap Farms has created a profitable farm operation with multiple revenue streams.

COVID-19 threatens boxer's dream to help at-risk kids.

Tuthill Springfield blows into half a century of manufacturing vacuum and pump systems.

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