Heirloom Seed Catalog Case Study

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The Heirloom seed catalog uses the pull for non-GMO and traditional food sources to sell their products. The catalog talks like the people that run it are farming families who just want to get old type food back on the table, which might be true but also would be a great selling point for someone who is themselves a farmer. The catalog also offers the fact that their products can be used to grow for more seeds to grow more crops in the following

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