So you might want to finally turn your food craft or product idea into a business.
Or maybe you're just wondering how your favorite food products get made and why do they cost so much?
Kick off the New Year with this fun interactive discussion
--which will also help me refine my workshop idea!
Share your idea, learn the options, and realities of starting and running a sustainable specialty food business.
We will review and sample 3 different jams (or similar products) and discuss how they were made, the ingredients, and packaging affects the price you pay. You will leave with an appreciation of what goes into making the foods you love.
For those thinking about starting a business, you'll receive a list of resources for your next steps!
About Susie Wyshak
A Berkeley Hub member, Susie promotes and supports small artisan food producers and entrepreneurs personally as well as through her blog at http://nuttyfig.com. Susie is writing a book on this topic, to be published in 2012. She delights in helping aspiring food entrepreneurs refine their vision and connect with people and resources to turn their dreams into reality.
Hub Bay Area
Hub Bay Area is a place where for profit and non profit social change ideas build and scale into viable enterprises that address the complex problems we face, from poverty to climate change, for people and planet. Change agents find the support they need at the Hub to reach their goals faster, surrounded by a community that makes everyone smarter and more effective. From seed funding to professional services, from mentors to peers who understand what they are doing, the Hub is a platform that helps make it happen. It's where change goes to work.
Intersection for the Arts
Founded in the early 1960’s and incorporated in 1965, Intersection for the Arts cultivates inclusivity, builds community, and inspires social change through art. We develop, produce, and present new work in the performing, literary, visual and interdisciplinary arts and we serve Bay Area communities through artist residencies, public art, education and incubation, and direct community engagement programs. For the past five decades, Intersection has initiated ground-breaking programming and broad-based collaboration that actively demonstrates that art and creativity realized through meaningful, inclusive, and collaborative places fuels vibrancy and facilitates positive
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