Food Entrepreneur’s Virtual Conference

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Are you looking forward to putting up jars of sweet strawberry jam or early pickled onions? This could be the year that you also make some cash with your canning and cooking talents.

I am thrilled to be on the same slate as Lisa Kivirist, David Crabill of The Forrager Podcast, and many other experts. Better yet – the conference is accessible from anywhere and the registration fee is super-affordable.

See all about the Home-based Food Entrepreneur’s Virtual National Conference below.

Virtual Conference Champions Cottage Food Home-Based Food Entrepreneurs
 
Have a dream of starting your own food business right from your home kitchen? 

A silver lining of the pandemic has been the surge of home-based business start-ups, with folks selling cookies, breads, jams, candies and other food products under their state’s cottage food law.

Join and learn from this collaborative community of entrepreneurs at the first Home-Based Food Entrepreneur National Virtual Conference, bringing together an all-star lineup of cottage food leaders and operators covering a range of topics from marketing and pricing, business structure, new product ideas as well as insight into the future of the food freedom movement nationally. 

On the virtual conference platform, there is opportunity to connect with others, enter a product photo contest and join specific state meet-ups. Whether you operate an established cottage food business or are just starting out, this gathering is for you.

Hosted by the non-profit, Renewing the Countryside, the 4-day, all-digital conference takes place April 6 to 9, 2021 so you can attend without having to leave home. Tickets are just $20. See https://whova.com/web/wfts_202006/ for more information and to register. 

Space is limited.  Follow @cottagefoodcon on Facebook and Instagram. 
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Renee Pottle, an freelance writer and Home Economist, is fanatic about all things food. She blogs about canning and food preservation at SeedToPantry.com. Find her professional food writing info at PenandProvisions.com.

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