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Four years ago, Karen Greenstein was looking for a way to simultaneously support the environment and adults with autism. Greenstein, who has a son with autism, decided to take a leap, buy some bees and get into the honey business. Based in Tempe, Rango Honey produces raw, natural honey while providing job training and support for autistic adults. Its profits also fund Neshama, an assisted living community for people 18 and older with autism. Neshama...