Blog: Your chance to grab a piece of low-carb action

Catherine Sleep | 30 June 2004

Ebay has famously become the sale method of choice for people wishing to offload quirky items. It offers worldwide exposure and cheap advertising. Now you can buy a business there – a low carb market featured in Time magazine is up for grabs.

Pure Foods, LLC, is a Beverly Hills-based privately held food conglomerate that four young entrepreneurs founded seven months ago. In a Board of Directors meeting held last week, it was decided that the company would concentrate on the frozen foods division and sell its two low-carb markets in Southern California.

The new generation goes about business in a new way.

Ebay auction for low carb market


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