Bill Landahl, owner of Oak City Coffee, packs up his remaining beans as the Downtown Raleigh Farmer's Market clears out. Landahl, who began selling his coffee three months ago, is steadily growing his business by providing beans for several cafes in Raleigh and Chapel Hill and selling them at the market.
Bill Landahl, owner of Oak City Coffee, packs up his remaining beans as the Downtown Raleigh Farmer's Market clears out. Landahl, who began selling his coffee three months ago, is steadily growing his business by providing beans for several cafes in Raleigh and Chapel Hill and selling them at the market. kblunt@newsobserver.com
Bill Landahl, owner of Oak City Coffee, packs up his remaining beans as the Downtown Raleigh Farmer's Market clears out. Landahl, who began selling his coffee three months ago, is steadily growing his business by providing beans for several cafes in Raleigh and Chapel Hill and selling them at the market. kblunt@newsobserver.com

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