Offering your products to customers online is a convenient—and crucial—way to get fresh, local food into the hands of your community during these difficult and uncertain times. Ensure your community.
Farmers are being hit hard with the increasing closure of farmers’ markets around North America. With the uncertainty of the timeline for the COVID-19 outbreak and its effects, market managers and.
Your business is a fundamental part of our food system, and the changes to standard business during the COVID-19 pandemic affect the way people in your community access fresh, locally-grown product..
Offering your market's local food to customers online is a convenient—and crucial—way to get local food into the hands of your community during these difficult and uncertain times. Ensure your.
Photos sell! Your online store needs to be a showcase of your brand, quality, and story. Often businesses don’t spend the time needed on their online stores and lose sales. The online store is the.
Food production works in seasons. If you are a seasonal business, you don’t want to lose customers over the off-seasons. Here are our five best tips to continue to market your seasonal business.
The Chef’s Farmer produces and sells high quality, Calgary-grown produce to chefs and restaurants across the city. Started by Kye Kocher, the urban farm produces greens and herbs right in the city,.