This legendary empire got its start as a mom-and-pop bakery-kitchen on the Upper West Side in 1981. And before that, it was an even leaner operation: Sarabeth Levine made her now famous orange-apricot marmalade from her Manhattan apartment and sold it to local food stores. Since then, the company has grown to include nine restaurants, a jam factory, and a wholesale-retail bakery café.

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