A loan of $10,000 helped to buy equipment needed to become a bread manufacturer.

Ulda's story

Ulda and her family have been in the bakery business a long time. When her dad first came to the U.S., he was a driver for several bread distributors. He then became an independent driver and opened his own bread distribution business 20 years ago. When Ulda and her mom came to the U.S. from Ecuador, they joined in and made it a family business.

Ulda and her family are now looking to expand their enterprise and become bread manufacturers themselves. They already have the customer base from years of work in the industry and they plan to distribute to supermarkets, delis, and restaurants with whom they already have relationships. Her family is very hard working and successful. Their origins in Ecuador were humble: Ulda’s father had to move from city to city to keep food on the table. Still, Ulda believes her family can and will be well off. In order to become manufacturers, the family will need to buy equipment and a cold room. This loan will allow Ulda’s family to do just that and keep their business thriving.

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