Growing The Profits Of America’s Food and Wine Companies
Food and Wine Insider is a weekly inside look at the 1.5 trillion dollar industry touching every American
Devoted to the business of purveying food and decanting wines, Food and Wine Radio is a unique program highlighting not food recipes or wine vintages but how to make a profit in these competitive but financially rewarding sectors.
Food and Wine Insider is all about better managing any business involving food and wines. Each week your co-hosts sit down with successful restauranteurs, food mavens, winery vintners, store owners, food suppliers, and other leaders in the worldwide industry that centers on foodstuffs and wines. In frank, give-and-take sessions, guests and panelist talk about the business of bringing healthy and pleasurable foods and wines to others.
Food & Wine Insider host is Ann Daw,
former President of the Specialty Food Association. On each show, she invites leaders of the world’s culinary and wine industries to share the secrets of their success.
In short, while guests may share a recipe or two they focus on their success formulas. How they started? What obstacles faced and overcame? What are their plans for the future? What do customers expect from them?
Revealing the secrets of their success, guests help audience members realize complex problems can sometimes be made simple.
They answers such questions as:
- How does a new product get on supermarket shelves?
- Where can the best loan rates be secured?
- What are the FDA regulations concerning this product?
- When should the search for a distributor begin?
- Why is it important to have a government inspection?
Focusing on these and thousands of others questions or concerns Food and Wine Insider focuses on how company founders, leaders, start-ups can be more successful in this vital sector.
Every Wednesday during prime-time commuter time across the nation and repeated at 1pm Eastern on Saturday listeners hear the latest in trends, opportunities, and experts on food and wine.
Besides the radio markets listed below, the program is carried on IHeartRadio as well as on the Internet at http://amfm247.com. Rebroadcast of the shows is also on Roku TV.