Tips from the free Labeling Guide & Toolkit for Creating Canned Food Products that Sell, with ideas to communicate the quality of what’s inside your jars.
One mistake startups often make is offering customers too many choices. Initially this may seem backwards and unintuitive… wouldn’t you sell more if you had more to offer customers? Not necessarily.
It isn’t often that I write a blog post about… another blog post. Actually, it’s never happened before, but when I started reading some of Karen’s posts on Mallow & Hop’s blog, I was impressed. It wasn’t just one blog post of hers, but rather multiple posts that seem like they could be useful to […]
While you may have a great-tasting product, you still have to test it in the marketplace. It’s one thing if everyone you know loves your muffins — especially, if they’re free. It’s something completely different to see if customers will buy them at two dollars a pop. This process of testing the market for your products is often called a feasibility study; it may take the following route: