Where else can I sell my product?

There are a variety of other places to sell your value-added product, such as retail grocery stores and specialty shops. To get started selling your product in retail locations, think small and local. Many processors have success selling to stores such as Kellers, John Brooks, and La Montanita Co-op, as these retail locations can generally accommodate smaller scale processors. As your business and production expands, you can then look into larger retail operations or national chains, such as Sprouts and Whole Foods. A variety of tourist-style retail stores also sell value added food products, especially those made with traditional New Mexico crops such as chiles or prickly pear fruits.

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1. What is value-added production?
2. Why should I consider value added production?
3. Is there a market for my product?
4. Does my product need to be produced in a commercial kitchen?
5. Where can I find a commercial kitchen?
6. Should I use locally grown ingredients?
7. How do I sell at a farmers market?
8. Where else can I sell my product?
9. Should I market my products online?
10. How can I increase my profits?
11. What resources are available to me?