You have good product concept or a good food product that you want to make it a business. However, you are not sure if it is a good idea. Now, where do you start? Let start with the basis:
In part 2, let's go through few tips to make food production safe that must be considered by all food business owner, regardless of their background knowledge of food.
About this series:
Most often, it is difficult to take the first step to say "I want to start a business". This is a part of "Building Your Food Business" education series for those who like to start a successful food business with customer and food safety consideration in mind.
About the Author:
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, she explores how food products are created, marketed, and distributed to an end users.
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