- 4 Brothers from Atlanta called the Yummy Brothers have set up a thriving cookie-making enterprise
- The brothers are into the business of making 36 different kinds of cookies and providing other related services
- The business of the brothers who are all under 12 thrives greatly with massive sales
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Four hardworking siblings who call themselves 'Yummy Brothers' have set up a cookie company that is making it big.
According to Face2FaceAfrica.com, the Yummy Brothers have sold more than 400,000 units of their product already and the number is certainly on the rise.
The four brothers Joshua, 11, Isaiah, 9, Caleb, 7 and Micah, 5 come from Atlanta, Georgia and live with their parents who serve as advisors to the young businessmen.
It all started as a passion after the brothers were using an old recipe that was handed down from their great grandmother to make cookies.
Over time, the brothers realized how many people enjoyed the cookies and thought that it was time to go commercial with their products.
The oldest of them made the assertion in an interview saying:
“We went to our dad, we told him that we wanted to start our own business selling cookies and we came together as a family and brainstormed on what the name would be and what the logo would be".
Now, reports indicate that the company has Yummy Cookies, Yummy Beverages, Yummy Cookie Platters, and Yummy Dog Treats while they also offer catering services.
The business appears to have advanced greatly as the Yummy Brothers now make 36 different types of cookies.
Speaking on how they are able to run a fully-registered business and attend school at the same time, the brothers revealed that they only work on weekends.
The Yummy Brothers are doing great with their cookie business but they are not alone.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that a 23-year-old lady from South Africa by name Tshepang Ralehoko has big dreams of becoming a pilot, which has compelled her mother to start selling fresh biscuits to raise money for her.
Reports indicate that Tshepang and her mother Lulu have started baking and selling hundreds of buckets of fresh biscuits just to meet the cost of Tshepang's training.
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