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Dear Fellow Food Entrepreneurs,
I am in search for 12 or on dozen Nut Butter Machines. My mind is open to suggestions but being in the business. I have come to find the Old tyme Nut Butter Grinders to be the all around epicenter of machines.
Smiles are Contagious,
Added by Lenard Kritchman on March 28, 2014 at 4:36am — No Comments
I am starting a new specialty food business and need a co-packer for bacon and beef jerky like products. Any ideas of co-packers in this area and or co-packers are welcome. Thanks, Eddie:…Continue
I'm not sure what the buy local climate is in your area, but it's really picking up steam here in the Midwest (specifically, I'm in Des Moines, IA.) More stores are trying to capture the demand by featuring local products and even marketing the fact that they are "a supporter of local vendors."
To me, this is a massive opportunity because this reduces your barriers to entry into retail outlets. Many times store/department…Continue
Added by Doug Mitchell on October 7, 2013 at 7:43am — No Comments
If you ask 100 people, "What does brand mean to you?" an overwhelming majority will mention things like logo, website, advertising, etc. All are correct. But what's most often missing in the brand equation - is customer experience.
Think about your "favorite" cable company, used car dealership, or airline. You probably don't even know what their brochures or websites look like. But you know how you feel when you…Continue
Added by Doug Mitchell on October 5, 2013 at 10:41am — No Comments
I have a start-up healthy cookie company and need a co-packer to bake and package my cookies. It would be small batches at first. I would love to hear from any potential co-packers. Thanks. Brian (email@example.com)
Added by Brian Johnson McKee on September 19, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
I am looking for a co-packer to produce my African-style hot sauce. My hot sauce is more like an habanero dip in 6oz wide-mouth glass jar. It is oil-based and does not have any vinegar in it, so it needs to be refrigerated at all time. I had it tested and the pH level is 4.7 I have a few stores who are interested in carrying. I need a low acid co-packer who can give my hot sauce a "shelf stable" and is also willing to make small run in the beginning. Any advise will be…Continue
Added by Oh Mercy Hot Sauce on August 31, 2013 at 3:13pm — No Comments
Great opportunity for a young hard working young man/woman with entrepreneurship attitude to manage all aspects of an on line store marketing 300 certified organic products. www.vedicaorganics.com. Please call with me at 1917 213 4425 with suggestions, or e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Mohan Shah on June 6, 2013 at 2:05pm — No Comments
Added by Lena on May 27, 2013 at 8:49am — No Comments
After installation the oil press machine, please adjust the oil press machine like this,
1. Feed the cake after pressing slowly and little by little, press repeatedly, polish the press cage.
2. To avoid block on worm shaft, please don’t pour the material to the hopper of oil press machine totally, feed it by your hand slowly
For details, please visit this link…Continue
Added by Jennifer Zhang on April 16, 2013 at 7:08pm — No Comments
HELLO EVERYONE, CAN SOMEONE HELP ME. I NEED A CO PACKER IN WASHINGTON DC FOR PACKING, LABELING AND DISTRIBUTING JARS.
Added by Pamela Mikesell on March 3, 2013 at 12:35pm — No Comments
Hello everyone!!! I am starting a new specialty foods business in California. I have about 15 products that I will eventually need to have packaged/bottled but for now iam looking for a co packer for my bbq sauce. Is there anyone close to me that does small batches?
Added by Julie Jenks on February 12, 2013 at 5:25pm — No Comments
Hello everyone im looking for a food chemist to help me produce my seafood batter receipe.
Does anyone know of any in the N.Y.C tri state area.
please help me thanks. im trying to go commercial with this.
please contact me thanks
Being able to make your own beverages can save a lot of money. Plus, you will get to completely control the taste of your drink and how much you make. There really is not a beverage that you can't make at home. As…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on February 3, 2013 at 6:13pm — No Comments
We all like to have plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables around the house, but sometimes we just do not have the time to go to the market and pick out everything that we need. This is where being able to place an order and have it delivered comes in. For example, you can…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on February 1, 2013 at 12:57pm — No Comments
Being a small business owner, lover of anything sweet (even compliments from my better half!) and an aspiring writer, I thought I'd combine the 3 in one little post. I've achieved so much in life and have been so blessed, so I want to share some of my experience and knowledge with others and hopefully help them avoid my mistakes! So, here…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on January 30, 2013 at 12:33pm — No Comments
Today I sent a text. "Brig the Xbox and well set that up!"
Response - "I have a pork loin to bring you too!
My cooking senses made me second look the text. Pork Loin?...I said to myself.
My Reply - "Video Games and pork.. You are one hot women!"...."Thanks"
My daily routine now sent in to Cooking mode. What can I do with a Pork Loin today? Just cook it, read the back of the label? Chop up? Stir Fry? Chili Verde?....
I can do that.…Continue
Added by Calblends on December 18, 2012 at 12:26pm — No Comments
Owning a restaurant has been the greatest and most difficult experience of my life! You are literally married to your work and although you love it, there are some thing you truly learnt the hard way. Cutting corners in the kitchen was one of those tough luck learning experiences - if I would have started out with the right equipment, I would have saved hours and hundreds of…Continue
Added by Robyn Sorenson on December 5, 2012 at 11:45am — No Comments