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McClure's Pickles


New hires turn into key ingredients for growth spurt at McClure's Pickles

"This year we're going to have even bigger growth because we added some key people," says Joe McClure, co-owner of McClure's Pickles.

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McClure's Pickles is a craft food firm based in Detroit. It sells high-quality pickles, chips, and bloody mary mix in upscale grocers across the U.S.

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