Olive Crazy: All About Olives and Olive Oil
Aug 192013
 

Let me gush for a minute. This is the absolute, best course you could possibly take if you are thinking of Starting a New Food Business in Georgia. It has everything, step-by-step instructions on how to do it and who to contact.

After the two information-packed days you will leave excited about your new food-product business venture and with an abundance of amazingly useful information. The information is so abundant and useful it will get you through the tough patches when you are second guessing yourself or facing a road block. I swear on a stack of Post-it® Notes this course is not only a confidence builder but a road-block buster. This course is THE road to new food business success.

The instructors are the actual people you will deal with at state and federal agencies. They are the contacts you will need to know when trying to put your product(s) on a grocery shelf. They are the people who “wrote the book” on packaging, food safety, co-packing, and more. And best of all it is a completely affordable $150.00.

When I took this course in Tifton a few months ago, I asked Dr. Mohan, the man behind Starting a New Food Business in Georgia, how he could present such an all-encompassing course with all the materials provided for that price? He laughed and said that he didn’t make any money on the course but that making this valuable information available paid future dividends. I calculated those dividends and they are huge. Heck, don’t take my word for it – register for the course and ask him yourself. He is one of the few professors I’ve ever met who is always available to help.

Don’t wait, sign up now for Starting a New Food Business in Georgia. There are only 40 spaces available and if the Tifton course is any indicator, the spaces will soon be filled. At $150.00 for such a valuable course what can you expect? Hurry! You won’t be sorry.

The course will be held in Athens, Georgia at the Extension Food Science Teaching Facility, Room 242, Food Science Building, 100 Cedar Street on the UGA Campus in Athens, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, and 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 24-25, 2013.

Whether you have a killer barbecue rub, a melt-in-your-mouth cookie, a one-of-a-kind seafood condiment, or a sassy pickled olive AND you want to make this product available in the US or the world, you must attend the University of Georgia Food Science Department’s Starting a New Food Business in Georgia.

May the sun shine through your branches.

www.olivecrazy.com

  2 Responses to “UGA’s “Starting a New Food Business in Georgia” September 24 & 25 in Athens”

Comments (2)
  1. Thanks, Mary! That’s precisely what we intended for this course to do – glad it has helped others make their dreams a reality!
    eve

    • It is fabulous. You guys are heroes for people who want to make their food business dreams a reality.

      Cheers,
      Mary

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