Good Food Great Business

Good Food  Great Business Author Susie Wyshak
ISBN-10 9781452129655
Release 2014-11-18
Pages 224
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For those ready to follow their foodie dreams (or at least start thinking about it) Good Food, Great Business is the place to get organized and decide whether creating a specialty food business is really possible. Whether the goal is selling a single product online or developing a line of gourmet foods to be sold in grocery chains, this working handbook helps readers become food entrepreneurs—from concept to production to sales to marketing. Using real life examples from more than 75 individuals and businesses that have already joined the ranks of successful enterprises, the book walks readers through the good, the bad, and the ugly of starting a food business.



New Food Product Development

New Food Product Development Author Gordon W. Fuller
ISBN-10 9781439818657
Release 2016-04-19
Pages 508
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About the Second Edition: "... a clear and thorough understanding of how the industry as a whole competes, succeeds, and in some instances fails to bring new products to the marketplace.... delivers helpful information in a concise, organized style, bringing together diverse elements of the food industry that are all important for a new product introduction into the marketplace.... [a] should-have reference book for anyone involved in developing new food products working in or with the food industry." —Journal of Product Innovation Management, Vol. 23, No. 3 See what’s new in the Third Edition: Examination of modern marketing techniques such as neuromarketing technology, test market modeling software, and social network marketing Exploration of economic challenges and how to do more with less to combat rising food commodity prices and lower carbon footprint Cohesive overview of all aspects of new food product development technologies and advances In-depth review of techniques of new product development and simulated test markets Expanded discussion of the problems specific to product development for the food service industry With new material highlighting the latest trends and science in marketing and electronic communication and their combined effect on market research, New Food Product Development: From Concept to Marketplace, Third Edition, describes stages of development in detail, beginning with sources of ideas and moving through development, final screening, and introduction into the marketplace. Drawing on his extensive experience in new food product development, the author outlines ways a company can organize for new product development and optimize available resources. He focuses on the roles, functions, and interactions of the members of the food product development team, other company departments, and outside resources in the food product development process. A well-grounded, broad perspective in the fundamentals of the new food development process in industry, this new edition of a bestseller clearly delineates cost-effective best practices for bringing new products to market.



Cooking Up a Business

Cooking Up a Business Author Rachel Hofstetter
ISBN-10 9781101596913
Release 2013-12-03
Pages 240
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Stories and advice for creating a business out of the food you love. Do you have a passion for delicious food and want to create your own business out of it, but have no idea where to start? Cooking Up a Business is essential reading for aspiring entrepreneurs and gives you a real-world, up-close-and-personal preview of the exciting journey. Through profiles and interviews with nationally known food entrepreneurs from Popchips, Vosges Haut-Chocolat, Hint Water, Mary’s Gone Crackers, Love Grown Foods, Kopali Organics, Tasty, Evol, Justin’s Nut Butters, Cameron Hughes Wine, and more, you will gain applicable, practical guidance that teaches you how to succeed today: • How to create a national brand—with no connections or experience • The secret to getting meetings with grocery store buyers • The number one thing you need to know about food safety regulations • Why a grassroots budget might actually help you succeed • Specific advice for gluten-free, organic, wine, and beverage companies • What every entrepreneur wishes someone had told them at the beginning • Why doing what you love is always a good idea



Handmade

Handmade Author Jennifer Lewis
ISBN-10 061561583X
Release 2012-03-01
Pages 124
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REAL-LIFE RECIPES FOR SMALL FOOD BUSINESS SUCCESS It takes more than just good ingredients to start and build a successful artisan food business. In addition to doing the actual cooking or baking, food entrepreneurs are responsible for hundreds of decisions that impact the future of their business. From which marketing tools are best to how to increase operational capacity to dealing with government regulations and oversight to trying to make everything work within a limited budget, the sheer number of decisions can seem daunting at times. HANDMADE is like the advisory council food entrepreneurs wish they had. Based on in-depth interviews with eight food artisans from a diverse range of backgrounds, this book shares with readers the triumphs and challenges these entrepreneurs have faced. Each entrepreneur's story includes the practical tips and tactics they've used to help their day-to-day business grow. These real-life recipes for success will inspire you to start your own small food business or provide you with the guidance and new ideas you seek to take your company to the next level.



Homemade for Sale

Homemade for Sale Author John D. Ivanko
ISBN-10 9781550925821
Release 2015-03-02
Pages 240
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The authoritative guide for launching a successful home-based food enterprise, from idea and recipe to final product.



Raising Dough

Raising Dough Author Elizabeth Ü
ISBN-10 9781603584289
Release 2013
Pages 264
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Increasingly, food-based businesses are seen as key solutions to solve our social and environmental problems, and yet entrepreneurs report a surprising lack of access to money to help them get started or grow. Raising Dough is an unprecedented guide that provides social entrepreneurs - as well as their potential supporters - the tools necessary to enable more of these businesses to launch and thrive. Through a mix of case studies and her own personal expertise, social-finance expert Elizabeth U explains what every budding entrepreneur should do even before they begin asking for money, including choosing an appropriate ownership model. She covers a wide range of possible funding sources, from traditional public and institutional grant and loan programsto cutting-edge, community crowdfunding models. Written primarily for people managing socially responsible food businesses, Raising Dough includes resources, strategies, and lessons that can benefit any socially minded entrepreneur and those who would support them, including investors.--COVER.



Start Run a Home Based Food Business

Start   Run a Home Based Food Business Author Mimi Shotland Fix
ISBN-10 9781770407329
Release 2016-06-15
Pages 176
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Are you one of the many people who dream of making a profit selling your own homemade foods? Now, with this one-of-a-kind, easy-to-follow guide, you can realize your home-based food business dreams! With over 30 years' experience, author Mimi Shotland Fix takes you step-by-step through the process of starting and running a food business.Whether you've always envisioned yourself with a home-based food business, need a second source of income or want to stay at home and be your own boss, Start & Run a Home-Based Food Business offers dozens of tips, examples and advice for you to run a profitable business from your own kitchen! The bonus download kit features resources and forms in PDF and MS Word formats. This includes: lists of books, websites and trade magazines, national and regional suppliers, sample contracts, invoices and accounting forms, tried-and-true recipes, and more!



One Drawing A Day

One Drawing A Day Author Veronica Lawlor
ISBN-10 9781592537242
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 128
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DIVThrough 46 daily exercises which make up a complete 6-week course, you will keep your artistic skills sharp and your imaginations fertile by doing One Drawing A Day. Each spread in the book features a beautiful drawing by one of 8 professional illustrators, with a description and comments by the illustrator as well as a companion exercise. Each exercise includes suggestions for various mediums or mixed-media solutions, advice on how to approach and execute the drawing, as well as professional tips. The book also includes exercises designed to spark new ideas and increase creativity./div



Food is Culture

Food is Culture Author Massimo Montanari
ISBN-10 9780231137904
Release 2006
Pages 149
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Explores the premise that everything having to do with food - its capture, cultivation, preparation, and consumption - represents a cultural act. Provides insights into many patterns of culinary behavior and tradition.



Getting Your Specialty Food Product Onto Store Shelves The Ultimate Wholesale How To Guide for Artisan Food Companies

Getting Your Specialty Food Product Onto Store Shelves  The Ultimate Wholesale How To Guide for Artisan Food Companies Author Jennifer Lewis
ISBN-10 0692213287
Release 2014-07-11
Pages 164
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Many small food business owners dream of seeing their products on store shelves, but how to get onto those shelves is a mystery. Focused specifically on specialty food businesses that don't have millions of marketing dollars at their disposal, this book unravels that mystery for food entrepreneurs, offering tactical tips, insight, and short stories of entrepreneurs who have been in your place and succeeded. Topics include: * Understanding the wholesale industry and the roles that brokers and distributors play * Pricing products appropriately so that you can grow and make money * In-depth insight into a variety of wholesale food channels, covering what you need to know and how you should approach specialty stores, supermarkets, club stores, and even food service and hospitality * How and why you should support your retailers to ensure you stay on the shelf * Information on labeling regulations and packaging guidelines to ensure your product gets noticed by customers and conforms with FDA requirements * Definitions and explanations of common wholesale and promotional terminology * Creating sales sheets that help your product sell-and samples to help guide you * The role trade shows play and how to make the most of them



The Complete Idiot s Guide to Starting A Restaurant 2nd Edition

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Starting A Restaurant  2nd Edition Author Howard Cannon
ISBN-10 9781440625886
Release 2005-12-06
Pages 368
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The recipe for a successful restaurant, now revised! In this revised edition, aspiring restaurateurs will find everything they need to know to open a successful restaurant, including choosing a concept and location, creating a business plan, finding the cash, and much more. New content includes information on tips, tip-outs, and reporting for the entire staff, choosing the best POS system, setting up a bar and managing the wine list, and making the bottom line look good long-term. -Restaurants are a high-risk venture, but starting a bar or restaurant is still one of the most popular new business ventures (Cornell Univ/Mich State) -Overall industry sales are projected to hit $476 billion for 2005, a 4.9% increase -The industry employs a workforce of 12.2 million in more than 900,000 restaurants nationwide (National Restaurant Assn.)



A Delicious Life

A Delicious Life Author Marie Le Fort
ISBN-10 3899554671
Release 2013
Pages 239
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Whether they are cooking, baking, brewing, making chocolate, or rescuing heirloom varieties of apples, young creatives are increasingly turning their love of quality foodstuffs into ways of life and lucrative business ideas. In addition to introducing the aforementioned personalities, A Delicious Life also showcases the changing visual culture of today's foodists, including a selection of packaging design. The book also features a broad spectrum of locations for cooking, eating, and shopping, as well as kitchen utensils and surprising events that encourage readers to become a part of this new food movement themselves.



How to Start a Home Based Bakery Business

How to Start a Home Based Bakery Business Author Detra Denay Davis
ISBN-10 9780762767748
Release 2011-01-11
Pages 192
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Home-based baking is one of America's best-kept business secrets. This sleeper industry offers even novice bakers the opportunity to bake from home for profit using tried and true recipes and equipment already on hand. And yet its many rules and how-tos are so elusive that few people out there who love to bake and dream of taking their products from the kitchen to the market actually end up doing so. Enter How to Start a Home-Based Bakery Business—the first book to cover every essential aspect of planning, starting, and running such a business successfully.



Packed The Food Entrepreneur s Guide

Packed   The Food Entrepreneur s Guide Author Tessa Stuart
ISBN-10 0957602804
Release 2013-04-08
Pages 99
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Are you a food producer entrepreneur? Then this book is for you! How did the founders of innocent drinks, G'NOSH and MOMA! beat thousands of other fabulous food entrepreneurs to win a space on supermarket shelves? And once they were there, how did they win the battle to convince sceptical, time-strapped shoppers to try them over more established brands? Tessa Stuart knows how, because she helped them do it. In this practical, inspirational book, she draws on her 15 years in the food industry to reveal a tried and tested set of principles for getting you from idea, to a product on the shelf, and to being THE next household name. "Got a great food or drink product that no one knows about? Need to grow sales? This book will show you how to ROCK your pack's on-shelf impact, to give your business the very best chance of being seen, heard, noticed and bought." Charlotte Knight, founder and owner of G'NOSH Dips



America s Best Food Cities

America s Best Food Cities Author The Washington Post
ISBN-10 9781682305416
Release 2016-04-12
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Where are the best meals in the United States? For Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post’s food critic, the answer is more than a test. It’s a quest—one that can end in your own kitchen. Follow Tom as he dines, drinks and browses at 271 restaurants, bars and shops while reporting for his project “America’s Best Food Cities." Along the way, he measures how each city stacks up in terms of creativity, community, tradition, ingredients, shopping, variety and service. Sietsema offers a guidebook to his top recommendations, garnished with short descriptions of the eateries he visited, the best things he ordered in each city, and even some signature recipes from notable restaurants along his path, so that you too can make the best dishes without buying a plane ticket. Along the way he dishes out surprises (New York? Choose carefully) and tips (book a trip to Portland immediately) to satisfy the palate of every culinary adventurer. This is the ultimate guide to eating well in America’s top 10 food cities, whether you are a resident of one of them or planning a visit. Bon appetit!



The Ideas Industry

The Ideas Industry Author Daniel Drezner
ISBN-10 9780190264604
Release 2017-04-03
Pages 344
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The concept of the "public intellectual" has a rich and colorful history. It began in the early twentieth century, when the new mass media catapulted intellectuals who were able to write for the general public to semi-stardom. The first wave included figures like Walter Lippmann - who coinedthe term "stereotype" and is widely considered the founder of media studies - and by the 1950s, public intellectuals as a species had become a powerful and influential force in the American cultural landscape. By the 1970s, the standard definition of the public intellectual had solidified: a person(often university-affiliated, but not always) able to discuss and dispute any serious issue, typically in venues like The New York Review of Books, and occasionally influence politics. The traditional definition of the public intellectual remains with us, but as Daniel W. Drezner shows in The Ideas Industry, it has been gradually supplanted by a new model in recent years: the "thought leader." In contrast to public intellectuals, thought leaders gain fame as purveyors of a singlebig idea. Also, instead of battling it out with intellectual combatants in the pages of The Partisan Review, The Public Interest, and their descendants, they often work through institutions that are closed to the public and which release information selectively. Thought leaders and their associatedideas tend to become brands - hedgehogs to the public intellectual fox. They have also proven to be quite successful, as evidenced by TED, Aspen Ideas, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the like. Furthermore, they often align with one side of a politically polarized debate and enjoy the support ofideologically friendly private funders. Drezner identifies increasing inequality as a prime mover of this shift, contending that our present-day class of plutocrats not only wants to go back to school, it wants to force "schools" - in the form of intellectuals with elite affiliations - to come tothem. And they have the money to make this happen. Drezner, however, does not see the phenomenon as necessarily negative. While there are certainly some downsides to the contemporary ideas industry, he argues that it is very good at broadcasting intellectual content widely and reaching largeaudiences of people hungry for new thinking. Both fair-minded and trenchant, The Ideas Industry will reshape our understanding of contemporary public intellectual life in America and the West.



Evolved Enterprise

Evolved Enterprise Author Yanik Silver
ISBN-10 194085833X
Release 2017-01-10
Pages 225
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Let me ask you a potentially big question... "Do you want to just push more water down the river or... Do you actually want to change the flow of the river?" I know this might sound a little strange, but have you ever felt like you are destined for greatness? No, not in an egotistical type of way --- but simply in a quiet, knowing way that you're meant to make a real contribution with your time here. It usually starts with a sense of discontent or disengagement... A nagging little voice that you are NOT doing the work you were meant to be... That you aren't fully utilizing your talents, your abilities, and your resources to the highest potential... That you aren't on the right path to creating your greatest work, your biggest impact, and the most meaningful difference you can make in the world. And you can't shake the feeling that you might fall short of your potential... I know this because I've been there.