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Welcome John Ivanko author of Homemade For Sale

 
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Photo Source: HomemadeForSale.com

This week John Ivanko will be joining us to talk about how to set up and market a food business from your home kitchen.

There are four copies of his book, Homemade For Sale up for grabs.

John will be stopping by on the forum over the next few days answering questions and joining in discussions.

From now through this Friday, any posts in this forum, ie the financial strategy forum, could be selected to win.

To win, you must use a name that follows our naming policy and you must have your email set up in Paul's Daily-ish email.

The winner will be notified by email and must respond within 24 hours.

Posts in this thread won't count, but please feel free to say hi to Linda and make her feel welcome!
 
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Welcome! Looking forward to hearing more on this. Good topic.
 
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I bought this book off Amazon as a Kindle, and it was worth every cent and then some.

It's one of those I vote: 'fast for a week and buy it'
I wanted to visit my farmer's market with fresh produce and (if the tomatoes and peppers don't sell) fresh home made salsa from last week's offerings... and it is WORTH IT!

Thank you John D. Ivanko and Lisa Kivirist!
 
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I live in Oregon where you are tres uncool if you don't buy at least a third of your food from the plethora of farmers markets, and some of them still have affordable fees! I would love to know how to contribute to the trend *and* my pocketbook! Thanks!
 
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Yes, I bought this book 8 March, and am one of the Amazon Reviewers. It is still worth every penny!

Welcome John, and again, thank you!

This year our farmer's market is gearing up to be a good one, and may open early. I hope to be there smiling at people over my goods. If you even think you want to get near a market to sell, buy this book.
 
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I haven't read it yet but I am looking forward to it. Thanks John for answering some questions for us this week.
 
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