Tracing The Heritage Of The Delicious Bakarkhani From The Mughal Era To Present Day South Asia PLAIN BAKARKHANIS BY ROKSANA KARIM The memory is so clear in my mind. I was 10, visiting my maternal grandmother in Lahore, Pakistan, and gobbling up anything being offered on a plate. Never in Read more »
After several trips to Bali, Asher Yaron finally decided to move there and follow his desire to create a local, organic, sustainable business. With Balinese coffee farmer friend I Nyoman Wirata, Asher created F.R.E.A.K., that is, “Fresh Roasted Enak (delicious in Indonesian) Arabica from Kintamani,” which is involved in all Read more »
Focus on local organic! And for a real impact, it must be competitively priced! Its the only way consumers will switch. Also focus on awareness and transparency of where your produce is from. Get passionate sales people.
Suggestion: Keep it fun! Our thought: Haha, that’s so important, without fun, it will be hard for us to survive too! We believe that the words “fun” and “work” belong in the same sentence. icon by jon trillana/thenounproject.com
Suggestion: Try and have cooking workshops in your store. If you can develop a healthy kitchen space, it will create a place where people can join around making food (and using your food to do it). Charge for the classes and gives people reasons to return to your store. May Read more »
Suggestion: Being 100% clear and transparent in the way the store will be supplying”organic/healthy” food is most important. In Bangladesh even though a lot of places say its “organic/healthy/prepared with this good ingredient and that good ingredient” people are still doubtful. A clear explanation of where the ingredient comes from Read more »
Suggestion: This store sounds very promising but I hope the it’s not too pricey. I buy granola bars in a regular basis and it costs me a fortune so would appreciate if ‘healthy’ isn’t ‘extremely expensive’ here. Other than that, love the idea! Our thought: We are pricing our Read more »