Industry experts gave advice for aspiring food entrepreneurs at a recent event at the Double Barrel Wine Bar in Snohomish. From left: Lowell Profit Jr., founder of GloryBucha in Arlington; Scott Wetzel, head of Arlington-based Fresh Bread Designs; Darin Leonard, director of OneAccord Capital; Craig Doan, chief scientist for Impact Washington; and Zach Zulauf, organizer of Seattle Foodtrepreneurs. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Industry experts gave advice for aspiring food entrepreneurs at a recent event at the Double Barrel Wine Bar in Snohomish. From left: Lowell Profit Jr., founder of GloryBucha in Arlington; Scott Wetzel, head of Arlington-based Fresh Bread Designs; Darin Leonard, director of OneAccord Capital; Craig Doan, chief scientist for Impact Washington; and Zach Zulauf, organizer of Seattle Foodtrepreneurs. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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