Looking to start a food business? Join the Women's Business Center of Utah in a series of really fun (and necessary) workshops. All three workshops are open to the public and will be catered by our client highlight, Meditrina, who will be serving an array of lite, mouthwatering bites. What better way to learn about starting a food business than eating amazing women-owned, local food! Use promo code "Recipe4Success" to get $5 off. Promotion will last until March 31st.
Labeling and Regulatory
Ever dreamed of turning your secret recipe into a bestselling product? Have you thought of selling your product wholesale, but didn't know where to start? Two experts from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food will be going over labeling and regulatory requirements for foods that are
sold directly to the consumer and foods that are for wholesale. Register here.
Food Truck 101
Everyone has a favorite food truck that feeds their late night munchies and mid-day cravings. Utah’s food truck scene has been rapidly expanding with new and exciting concepts, adding vibrancy to the food community. Starting a food truck may be quite daunting, but it can be a rewarding yet challenging venture. That is why we are excited to have Eddee Johansen, Owner & Operator of Yoshi’s Japanese Grill & the founder of Utah Food Truck CoOp leading our workshop, Food Truck 101. Who better to teach the ins and outs of the mobile food industry? Eddee will go over how to successfully build and open a food truck. Register here.
Inventory Tracking & Product Pricing
The last workshop will be led by Dr. Karin Allen and Dr. Ruby Ward from USU Extension, who will present an in-depth course on inventory tracking and product pricing. The workshop will explore finance through a food industry lense. It will cover how to successfully calculate profit and analyze costs and margin while tracking inventory and structuring an enterprise budget and successfully pricing your product. Register here.