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Justin Anderson shows his spicy side on store shelves RICH LOPEZ | Staff For a lot of folks, the pandemic brought out the best in them: working out, catching up on reading or learning a new skill.

And there was certainly more cooking at home. The latter was a wave Justin Anderson caught. But then it also sparked his entrepreneurial side as well.

Having already developed two products since his high school days, the now-35 year-old discovered he wanted to add some flavor to his steaks, and he had had enough of his own pantry’s offerings. “Cooking so much at home, I got sick of my all-purpose seasoning in my pantry,” Anderson said by phone from his home in Fort Worth. “So I began experimenting with different blends and starting combining ingredients you don’t usually find” together.

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