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Anet's Baked Goods Sells Colombian Antojitos in Miami

Anet's Baked Goods is a Colombian antojitos specialist owned and operated by Anet Marin. He says "I sell baked goods," but he doesn't cook them, he's got people to do that for him. The goods come from Los Tres Monitos, a restaurant in Hialeah. Anet started supplementing his income by selling Colombian baked goods about 3 years ago by selling every other Saturday at the Aventura Mall Farmer's Market. About two weeks ago he expanded to the Thursday market at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Here are some more pictures of Anet's baked goods.
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