Sell What You Grow

Sell What You Grow

How to Take your Herbs and Produce to Market for Serious Cash

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If you're a specialty gardener, you have fertile ground for an exciting new business. Restaurants, health food stores, and other clients are clamoring for home-grown goods that you can provide. Mimi Luebbermann, a sharp businesswoman who put her love for the land to work profitably, gives you the fruit of her expertise. Inside, you'll learn how to: • Find markets for specialty herbs and vegetables, flowers, gourds, and other natural goods • Grow your business with savvy advice on sales and marketing, distribution, and regulations • Expand into value-added products like jams, dried vegetables, and herb blends • And much more! "A must-have book for food lovers with a yen to get back to the soil as market gardeners or backyard farmers. . . . Inspires and gives practical hints on how to start this journey."--Tom Haller, executive director of California Alliance with Dairy Farmers "Full of creative marketing ideas and useful examples. . . . Mimi's book is a gem."--Sibella Kraus, author of Greens: A Country Cookbook About the Author Mimi Luebbermann, author of numerous books, raises specialty produce and sheep at her Windrush Farm homestead in Petaluma, California.
Publisher: Roseville, CA : Prima Pub., 2000.
Copyright Date: ©1997
ISBN: 9780761522997
0761522999
Branch Call Number: 635.70688 L967
Characteristics: xv, 233 pages ; 22 cm

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