Magic Kombucha founder Rachel Carns stands outside the charred remains of the Adams Street warehouse where all of the kombucha producer’s inventory was stored. Carns is determined to rebuild.
Magic Kombucha founder Rachel Carns stands outside the charred remains of the Adams Street warehouse where all of the kombucha producer’s inventory was stored. Carns is determined to rebuild. Ben Muir Staff writer
Magic Kombucha founder Rachel Carns stands outside the charred remains of the Adams Street warehouse where all of the kombucha producer’s inventory was stored. Carns is determined to rebuild. Ben Muir Staff writer

Magic Kombucha inventory destroyed in Olympia warehouse fire

July 08, 2016 12:32 PM

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