Lindsay Frucci Retells Her Rise To Business Success In The Pig & Me

Lindsay Frucci, author of THE PIG & ME

Lindsay Frucci founded No Pudge! Foods in 1995 and served as Chief Cook & Bottle Washer for ten years.

She, her husband and their pound-puppy Zoe, happily divide their time between Wolfeboro, New Hampshire and Brooklyn, New York.

The Pig & Me is her first book and it highlights her experiences when a personal bankruptcy robbed her family of financial security, Lindsay decided the way back to marital and family bliss was to start a business that would make gobs of money.

Out of the mantra “there must be something I can do” and a passion for fat-laden, fudgy brownies that made it hard to zip her jeans, an idea was born: healthy brownies for the masses.

In a leap of faith borne on the wings of innocence and naiveté, she founded No Pudge! Foods, Inc., which she owned for ten years, and when she sold it, her Fat Free Fudge Brownie Mixes were sold in every major grocery chain in the United States.

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