This week, I sat down with Tammy Lok, one half of the team (with BFF and sister-in-law Alysia Lok) behind Caramia Caramels, a fairly new and very sweet company from here in Edmonton that started out of a desire to recreate a delicious treat from Paris.
Listen to our chat here:
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Thank you so much for tuning in to this episode of That's So Maven! Next week, we're talking about the music industry with Valeeshia Young, who just launched her company, Hello Valeeshia, a month ago!
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