I'm trying to start up a chocolate business but don't have a kitchen that I can use for commercial products yet. I am planning to start selling my product at craft shows and local flea markets versus…Continue
"I used to think so too Tom. However I use two of these to cool the product in my pans and one day I accidently left one on for a while and when I returned I was surprised to find that my product was wet! So I inserted my rH meter down the tube and…"
"I sell at farmers markets in Sydney Australia. The temperatures can be up to 40 degrees C (104 F) and above and it is challenging. You need to look after your stock but even more is the problem that many people won't buy when it gets hot as…"
"I saw this guy selling truffles at the Noosa markets in QLD recently, it was a pretty hot and humid day which is usual for this part of the world. I remembered this thread so here is the photo, not sure what the brand of air conditioner.
"I just started my chocolate business this spring and I've been selling at a Growers Market here in Albuquerque, NM since late May. The market is on Saturday mornings from 7:00 to noon, and heat is a big issue by the middle of the morning. I use…"
"When I'm selling truffles at the farmer's market, which I don't every time as I sell other candy as well, I have a sign with photos and prices. The truffles themselves are in an ice chest under the table. I layer things, bottom layer…"
For your releasing issues...have you tried putting saran wrap inside the frame? I put the frame on a tray, then put saran wrap over the frame so it hangs over the side of the frame. Then I pour the ganache onto the saran wrap in the…"
"I just started at a farmer's market a few weeks ago. My display chocolates are made with compound chocolate (Wilton Candy Melts) and soy wax so that they withstand greater heat than my couverture. I put them in the freezer the night…"
Hi Everyone I'm new to this group and am in the process of starting up a truffle business. Once I find a rental kitchen, I can register my business and create a website. So I still have some work to do before officially getting started. I finally found a kitchen space to rent, but it's a monthly commitment versus paying an hourly fee. So I'm trying to figure out if I can swing the monthly cost in the beginning. I wanted to get some thoughts on farmers markets. Selling product at a local farmers…See More
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I grew up eating basic milk chocolates, so my most memorable chocolate experience was when I was on a tour in New York and was introduced to unique flavor combination's. My favorite was a chai tea truffle.
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