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Cider business near Fairfield expanding into vacant building

Cider business near Fairfield expanding into vacant building

A business in Jefferson County which makes hard cider is moving to a new facility and plans to expand the operation to be able to send its product statewide.

Jesse Narducci and Katie Greenfield started Jefferson County Ciderworks in 2013 and began producing cider from the apples grown on the family farm near Fairfield.

“We grew out of that quickly and have kind of been doing our best with the space we have,” Narducci says. They found out expanding at their current location would cost a lot of money to increase the amount of electricity available. They decided to buy a former millwork manufacturing facility and put the building that had been vacant for more than a decade back into use in Fairfield.

Read the full article on the Radio Iowa website.



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