Where does my food come from? If you can answer this increasingly popular consumer question, you’re well on your way to establishing trust with your customers and reaping the associated benefits.
Providing that level of transparency requires an intimate knowledge of where food originates and how it’s handled. This is why the farmer has become … Read More ›
Taste. Texture. Smell. Think about all of the things vital to a positive consumer experience – things that would likely encourage a repeat purchase.
Now consider baby food. What leads to a positive consumer experience? Generally, parents make purchasing decisions based on how they perceive a product to impact their child’s health.
Baby food sales don’t … Read More ›
A millennial’s day might go something like this:
Wake up. Social networking. Workout. Go to work. Get together with friends. Grab a bite to eat. Watch TV. Go to bed. Social networking.
Although individual priorities vary, busy schedules and fast-paced living often leave cooking near the bottom of the list. This makes convenience key when trying … Read More ›
Where else in the world do locals save their vacation time to engage in hard labor?
In Maine and neighboring regions of Canada, thousands of acres of wild blueberries grow naturally. In some towns, local supporters actually take time off work to help harvest them.
Why do they do it?
The industry’s economic impact alone has left an … Read More ›