A solid spread

  • SMEBiz
  • Monday, 10 Jun 2019

Spreading out: Goh and Ching are looking into plans to export their peanut butter.

WHEN Joseph Goh, 25, and Debbie Ching, 23, of Jobbie made their first batch of peanut butter, they found that they weren’t exactly big fans of their own produce.

“It tasted bad. We also didn’t like our product,” shares Goh.

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