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Here’s the book to plan your dream food product business: Good Food, Great Business: How to Take Your Artisan Food Idea from Concept to Marketplace  http://bit.ly/1sDVBi7

ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDED: Thinking of selling food products? Check out Susie Wyshak’s new book Good Food, Great Business: How to Take Your Artisan Food Idea from Concept to Marketplace. She interviewed dozens of makers and experts to collect lessons learned the hard way, so future entrepreneurs could start out the “easy” way — making good decisions early on for great results.  http://www.goodfoodgreatbusiness.com

ARMCHAIR: What does it take to make that food you buy at the farmers’ market or specialty store? A lot. Check out Susie Wyshak’s new book Good Food, Great Business: How to Take Your Artisan Food Idea from Concept to Marketplace. She interviewed dozens of people to collect their wisdom in one place (the book!) to shed light on the business of “good food.” http://www.goodfoodgreatbusiness.com

FOOD NETWORK JUNKIES: Always wanted to be a food craft (or supermarket) superstar? Check out Susie Wyshak’s new book Good Food, Great Business: How to Take Your Artisan Food Idea from Concept to Marketplace to see what it takes. She interviewed dozens of people to collect their wisdom in one place to help aspiring entrepreneurs from concept through production and selling. http://www.goodfoodgreatbusiness.com

ASPIRATIONAL / CAREER CHANGERS: Are you ready to follow your culinary dreams and start selling your natural preserves, candy, or snacks? Finally time to turn that long-standing resolution into something real? Whether you want to sell one offering on your website or a full product line in specialty food shops, a new book Good Food, Great Business: How to Take Your Artisan Food Idea from Concept to Marketplace takes the guesswork out of starting up—from concept to production to sales and marketing. http://www.goodfoodgreatbusiness.com

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Susie Wyshak, Author

Susie Wyshak, Author, smiling at the prospect of eating one of LA’s best chocolate chip cookies. at an LA bakery.

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Susie Wyshak, Author of Good Food, Great Business exploring candy at San Francisco’s Bi-rite Market.

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From farm to city, helping a friend in the central valley deliver a lot of fruit to Berkeley.

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