TO THE POINT—From left, Knife Aid’s Magnus Pettersson, master knife-smith, and Marc Lickfett, chief executive officer. Courtesy photoKnife Aid, a brick-and-mortar based business in Agoura Hills, has come up with a sharp idea.
With more than half a million knives sharpened since Knife Aid opened its doors two years ago, the company says it has become the largest retail knife sharpening business in the U.S.
As the old craft of professional knife sharpening and repair mounts a comeback, Knife Aid i...
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