April 21, 2016

Increase Sales By Thinking In Terms Of ‘Share of Stomach’

Depending on what you produce, there may be a seemingly logical fit for when in the day your product is eaten.  For example, you’re a food truck that is out and about during lunch – then your products are probably eaten for lunch.  Or maybe you’re a granola company, chances are most folks are eating…

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January 1, 2016

Staying Sane In 2016

First and foremost, happy new year!  As I’m sure you have a lot going on today, I’ll leave you with this one quick thought:

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December 15, 2015

5 Years Of Small Food Business…And What The Next 5 Years Holds

Break out the cake and the bubbly – today Small Food Business officially turns 5 years old. Given that this site started one insomnia-fueled night when the thoughts (and frustrations) that there were no resources for food entrepreneurs kept me up until dawn, the fact that it’s now grown into the most trafficked website for…

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December 7, 2015

What Does 2016 Hold For The Food Industry?

The only thing that stays the same is change – isn’t that how the saying goes?  Food is no different so let’s take a look at how the food industry is predicted to change in 2016.   Based on interviews with several experts in the food and consumer goods industries, we believe the following 5…

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June 23, 2015

Big Food Brands Are Struggling

A report by Boston Consulting Group and IRI has found that since  2009 an estimated $18 billion (yep – with a B!) in sales revenue has migrated away from large consumer food brands to smaller companies.   Why the shift?

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