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December 30, 2015

Upgrades Scheduled For

We’re getting all dolled up to roll in the new year in style with some pretty spectacular upgrades to the site. As such, you may notice interruptions to the site tonight from 10pEST/7pPST – 5:00aEST/2aPST. Never fear though, we plan to have our dancing shoes on come tomorrow morning and be ready to get things…

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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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October 19, 2015

Handmade At Amazon Has Launched – So Far No Food Producers Though

Earlier this month Amazon officially launched Handmade At Amazon.   There has been talk about this all Summer (Small Food Business wrote about it here back in May).  Termed by some as a potential ‘Etsy-killer,’ this new platform in Amazon is open exclusively to artisans who produce items that are not made in a factory.

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June 29, 2015

Popular Foods By State

If you’ve ever wondered what the most popular type of food was in your area, thanks to The Huffington Post and Yelp, we now know.

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June 25, 2015

Supermarkets Changing In Face Of Consumer Demand

Supermarkets are struggling – that’s no big secret these days.  As mass food manufacturers are losing sales to smaller brands (see article from earlier this week), supermarkets – long the mainstay of mass manufactured products – are also losing share.  To stem this lose, supermarkets and ‘big box’ retailers (like CostCo and Target) are looking to…

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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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