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Debtor: To Your Health Sprouted Bread & Flour Co., Inc.
           dba To Your Heatlh Sprouted Flour, Co.
           1138 Highway 82
           Fitzpatrick, AL 36029

Business Description: To Your Health Sprouted Bread and Flour Co.,
                               Inc., dba To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co.
                               is a woman-owned food processor business
                               that offers freshly milled flours from
                               organic sprouted grains. The sprouting,
                               drying, and milling processes are all done
                               in-house at its 14,400 square-foot facility.
                               The Company makes organic sprouted grain
                               flours for baking healthy, delicious,
                               nutrient-rich foods. The Company is
                               exporting its products to several countries
                               including Canada, Mexico, Australia, and the
                               United Kingdom.


Chapter 11 Petition Date: March 1, 2018

Case No.: 18-30584

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