Try this, it's a "goodMix". These were the words that customers at the Gold Coast health food store, where Jeanie McClymont worked, would hear when they asked for a breakfast mix. Soon the mix was selling well and Jeanies' partner, personal trainer and muay thai fighter Brad Hull, had encouraged her to set up a stall at the local farmers market. After 3 years of 3 a.m. weekend starts to get to early morning markets and never-ending late nights mixing and bagging ingredients for the next market, goodMix has evolved, under the guidance of general manager Jonathan, into a respected name in the competitive Australian health food industry.
Family and friends naturally eat goodMix every day now, as Jeanies' brother Andrew did when his girlfriend Rania was offered a university scholarship in Vermont. This was a great opportunity not to be missed. As Rania was packing for the USA Andrew was thinking...what could he do in Vermont.
As goodMix was beginning to flourish in Australia, a seed of thought germinated in Andrews' imagination. With the idea growing on a daily basis, he thought it was worth taking a risk. He resigned from his career as a helicopter pilot and launched into goodMix, not without some apprehension but armed with the knowledge that if Australians loved it so much, then Americans might like it as well.