North Stonington holistic health business rebrands, expands

Farmtrue co-founders Lynn Goodwin, A.H.E., R.Y.T., left, and Kin Welch, A.H.E., both Ayurvedic nutrition and health educators, working together in creating a pricing guide for their health products, inside their new facility in North Stonington, Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. (Tim Martin/The Day)

It's been half a year since Lynn Goodwin and Kim Welch opened the Route 2 production facility for their company Farmtrue, and they're amping up efforts to expand from selling ghee to promoting a broader Ayurvedic lifestyle.

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