WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Jane Healy’s coffee-roasting business began 25 years ago, inspired by her coffee-roasting father and fueled by a need to support three young daughters. David Briggs

At the far end of Jane Healy’s two-story hardwood house off Highway 1 in Tomales, dozens of burlap bags sit stacked against an old Diedrich roaster that her father, Jack, bought in 1978, when he began roasting his own coffee. It was from him that Jane learned how to roast, and much of his advice about the . . .

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