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Sister's Home Style expands business

Bret and Deb Davis are pictured in their new retail store at 605 Sumner Ave. The couple is proud of the growth of Sister’s Home Style Entrees and will be having an open house to celebrate on Tuesday, Jan. 28, from 4-7 p.m. Humboldt Independent photo.

A homegrown business making homemade meals has turned Sister’s Home Style Entrees from a one-person niche business to downtown Humboldt’s largest employer, all in the span of just three years.
When Deb Davis started Sister’s Home Style in Jan. 2011, she wasn’t sure what to expect.
She had purchased the property at 619 Sumner Avenue that had been a day care and a computer store before that, and tried to retrofit it into a kitchen and retail area for selling her home baked meals.
From selling 200 meals in her first month of operation in January 2011, Sister’s Home Style Entrees now prepares, packages and delivers almost 30,000 meals per month! The business has grown from Davis operating by herself to a staff of around 30 employees and growing.
A second expansion is planned with the anticipated purchase of the former Humboldt Springs bottled water plant on Highway 169.
To read more about how the business came to be and grew, read the full story in this week's Humboldt Independent. Subscribe by clicking on the link at the top of the page.