How to Start an Artisan Food Session- Two Part Series- Part 1

Oct 17 2:00 pm — 4:00 pm

Event Details

The goal of this two webinar course is to jump start entrepreneurs on launching a local artisan food business locally and regionally.

From creative decisions to legal requirements, this course covers topics you need to know to successfully initiate your artisan food product.

Topics include:

-What are Artisan Foods?
-The legal requirements from permitting and licensing
-How to find a kitchen and/or production space
-Goal Setting
-What to consider with packaging, sales and delivery
-Food trends, branding and finding your market
-Promote and connect with buyers, from consumers to restaurants, markets and provisioners

This is a two part series: Part two will be held on October 24th, 2:00pm-4:00pm

Brought to you by the Norcal SBDC Restaurant Program

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