OURgrain wins food business plan competition

SPENT GRAIN: OurGrain is a startup that reuses grain from beer-making to create other products, such as bagel bites and cookies. The company was awarded first place in an inaugural food business plan competition sponsored by NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley. Co-founders from left: (rear) ­Victor Eng and Sam Burges, (front) ­Samantha Gannon, Nicole Gresko and Natasha B. Daniels. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SPENT GRAIN: OurGrain is a startup that reuses grain from beer-making to create flour and other products, such as bagel bites and cookies. The company was awarded first place in the inaugural Food Business Plan Competition at Millrace Kitchen. Co-founders from left: (rear) ­Victor Eng and Sam Burges, (front) ­Samantha Gannon, Nicole Gresko and Natasha B. Daniels. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
WOONSOCKET - OURgrain, a firm that turns beer brewers’ spent grain into flour, beat out four other budding food production companies to win the inaugural Food Business Plan Competition held Tuesday evening at Millrace Kitchen in Woonsocket, sponsored by NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley. For first place, OURgrain took home a $100 Visa gift card from…
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