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HAMBURG, N.Y. (WKBW) — Jessica Betzig of Hamburg has always had a passion for food.
“I grew up in the restaurant business. My parents owned a restaurant so I’ve been around food my whole life,” she said.
But it was not until this year that Jess decided to turn her passion into her livelihood.
“Over the summer, a family member asked if I would make some healthy meals for them instead of them buying it from other meal prep places,” Betzig said. “I said sure [and] then after a few weeks, I shared the menu on my Instagram,