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The Artisan Food & Drink Business Show is where artisan food and drink businesses tell their brand story and share the secrets of their success.

The Artisan Food & Drink Business Show is where artisan food and drink businesses tell their brand story and share the secrets of their success.
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United Kingdom

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The Artisan Food & Drink Business Show is where artisan food and drink businesses tell their brand story and share the secrets of their success.

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English

Contact:

01568780816


Episodes

#49: Savouring the Sligo Food Trail (1): Prannie Rhatigan’s Magical Marine Algae, Lissadell House, Laura’s of Carney, Sweet Beat Cafe and Knox Restaurant

5/11/2017
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Come with me to Co. Sligo and let me take you around some of the delicious twists and turns of the Sligo Food Trail. On todays show we go foraging for seaweed, we visit the deeply historic Lissadell House and we meet the owners of three food businesses who are developing Sligos reputation as a great food destination: Lucia from Lauras of Carney, Carolanne from Sweet Beat Cafe and David from Knox Restaurant. Read More The post #49: Savouring the Sligo Food Trail (1): Prannie Rhatigan’s...

Duration: 00:49:28


#48. Food and Drink Voices from the Conference Floor (FOTE16): The Restaurateur, the Culinary Blogger and the Irish-Speaking, Fish-Loving Food Writer

11/10/2016
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Three culinary experts who attended the international chefs symposium, Food on the Edge 2016, tell us about their key takeaways from the conference. We hear from Gill Carroll, owner of 37 West Cafe and restaurant 56 Central and Cathal McBride, writer of the culinary blog A Glass of Red Wine. The third speaker, Mairin Ui Chomain, also describe her remarkable career in food, as a teacher, author, and TV and radio presenter. Read More The post #48. Food and Drink Voices from the Conference...

Duration: 00:16:01


#046: She Cooks (1): Aine McGuire, The Idle Wall

10/13/2016
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This first episode of a new series called She Cooks features Aine McGuire, chef-owner of The Idle Wall restaurant in Westport, Co. Mayo. Aine specialises in Irish cuisine and champions local fish, seafood, meat and foraged ingredients. A great storyteller, Aine describes her unconventional culinary journey to date. Read More The post #046: She Cooks (1): Aine McGuire, The Idle Wall appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:52:43


#045: Olivia Duff. The Boyne Valley Food Series: a Blueprint for the Future of Artisan Food and Drink

9/29/2016
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Super-human Olivia Duff is the lynchpin of The Boyne Valley Food Series, an innovative calendar of region-focused and grass roots-led food and drink events that take place in the Boyne Valley region of Ireland. Showcasing the benefits of peer collaboration and co-operation, The Boyne Valley Food Series provides a blueprint for the future of artisan food and drink business. Olivia describes the evolution of the food series and future big plans. Read More The post #045: Olivia Duff. The...

Duration: 00:30:26


#044 Jp McMahon (2): Can Fast Food Be Healthy and Sustainable?

9/15/2016
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We hear again from Jp McMahon, Galway-based restaurateur, food activist and food entrepreneur. Jp describes his idea and Kick Starter campaign for FARMER, a fast food franchise that would be both healthy and sustainable. He discusses the myriad benefits of having sustainability at the core of your food or drink business. And he shows how, in order to challenge anything, you need to engage with that thing. Read More The post #044 Jp McMahon (2): Can Fast Food Be Healthy and Sustainable?...

Duration: 00:27:31


#043: JP McMahon (1): Eat Galway and Food on the Edge

9/1/2016
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Food entrepreneur (restaurateur, author, columnist, cookery school founder, fast food franchise founder aspirant) JP McMahon talks about his three restaurants in Galway, a city with a vibrant food and drink scene. JP also gives an engrossing behind the scenes look at how, along with his wife and business partner Drigin, he puts together Food on the Edge, one of the buzziest food conferences out there right now. Read More The post #043: JP McMahon (1): Eat Galway and Food on the Edge...

Duration: 00:36:11


#042: Rural Concierge. Cider Tours and Tipple Trails: The Business of Culinary Tourism

8/18/2016
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Liz Hill, founder of Rural Concierge, is in the business of creating memorable experiences for her customers and culinary tourism is a significant part of her business. Liz describes some of the cider and perry producer tours she has organised, the skills you need to run a successful culinary tourism business, how she markets her business and how she segments her market. Read More The post #042: Rural Concierge. Cider Tours and Tipple Trails: The Business of Culinary Tourism appeared first...

Duration: 00:33:18


Ep #040: The Flying Fork: Edward Berry and the Food and Drink Marketing Mix

7/21/2016
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Get the low down on the artisan food and drink 4 'P's': product, price, promotion and place. The Flying Fork's Edward Berry, an artisan food and drink veteran and marketing mix specialist, gives real-world insights on how to pitch and promote your products, how to keep buyers happy and how to make sure your bottom line stays healthy. Read More The post Ep #040: The Flying Fork: Edward Berry and the Food and Drink Marketing Mix appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:41:59


#039: A Sensual Feast: A Tour of the Shop Floor of the Ludlow Food Centre with Edward Berry

7/7/2016
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Edward Berry, as Managing Director of The Ludlow Food Centre, takes us on a virtual tour of this 4,000 square feet shop floor of artisan food and drink delights. We savour the cheeses, ice-creams, yoghurts and desserts from The Dairy, the freshly roasted coffee from The Coffee Room, the meats and charcuterie from The Butchery, the pies from The Kitchen, the vast array of breads from The Bakery, and the marmalades, jams, chutneys and pickles from the Jam and Pickle room. Read More The post...

Duration: 00:56:52


#038. Stan Kuznetsov. The Breadski Brothers: Creating and Marketing a New Food Brand

6/23/2016
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New business development pro Stan Kuznetsov describes how he created, launched and is marketing The Breadski Brothers, one of the most successful new bread and baked goods brands in Ireland. You’ll hear about food marketing, branding, business planning and strategy, and how to make waves in a crowded market. Read More The post #038. Stan Kuznetsov. The Breadski Brothers: Creating and Marketing a New Food Brand appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:40:58


#037: Food and Drink Voices from The Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine (LitFest) 2016

6/9/2016
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Get into the groove of the current Irish artisan food and drink scene by hearing from the following companies who were at the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine (LitFest) 2016: Craigie's Irish Craft Cider, Broughgammon Farm, Coolea Irish Farmhouse Cheese, The Dungarvan Brewing Company, Momo Restaurant, Food Writer Elisabeth Luard, Zingerman's, Highbank Orchards, Arbutus Bread. The post #037: Food and Drink Voices from The Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food...

Duration: 01:04:37


#036: Northern Munkee Bites: How to do Business With Food and Drink Buyers

5/26/2016
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Northern Munkee gives a host of valuable insights on how to do business with food and drink buyers. Topics addressed include the key information you as a food or drink business need to know before you approach a buyer, how to get buyers to agree to a meeting, the importance of being persistent with buyers, how the 80/20 rule applies to your interactions with buyers, three things you should avoid saying to a buyer, how negotiable buyers can be, and how to maintain good, on-going...

Duration: 00:44:21


#035 Kaffeen: Helping Young Food and Drink Businesses Get FMCG-Ready

5/12/2016
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Are you thinking about launching your food or drink brand(s) into FMCG? How confident are you in your design and marketing? Have you ever wondered how you'd stack up against your competitors on FMCG shelves? Charlotte Ellis, founder of design and marketing consultancy, Kaffeen, gives an excellent overview of the elements of a "brand analysis", which will enable you to benchmark your brand against your competitors and highlight areas for improvement so you can ensure your products fly off...

Duration: 00:36:06


#034: Kadode Kampot Pepper: Managing a Portfolio of Gourmet Products

4/28/2016
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We hear again from Michael Winters of Kadode Kampot Pepper. Michael talks about product sampling, including how he has caught the eye of culinary thought leaders like Yotam Ottolenghi, the importance of strategic product sampling, being choosy with your distribution partner, and what it's like to represent food products from a far-flung region of the world. Read More The post #034: Kadode Kampot Pepper: Managing a Portfolio of Gourmet Products appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:42:06


#033: Kadode Kampot Pepper: Bursting onto the Market from a Standing Start

4/14/2016
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This is the first part of the story of how Michael Winters, Pepperman, stumbled on and then launched a range of exquisite Cambodian peppercorns — black, white and red — into the UK market. The burning question is: how do you market as "gourmet" a foodstuff that’s perceived by many as a "commodity"? Read More The post #033: Kadode Kampot Pepper: Bursting onto the Market from a Standing Start appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:42:16


#032: Food and Drink Voices from the Galway Food Festival 2016

3/31/2016
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If you'd like a flavour of the dynamic Irish artisan food and drink business scene then this episode is for you. Featuring producers from the Galway Food Festival 2016, this episode brings you conversations with Startup Weekend Galway, America Village Apothecary, Aran Islands Goats' Cheese and Cong Food Village. Read More The post #032: Food and Drink Voices from the Galway Food Festival 2016 appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:24:37


Ep #031: Bill Sewell, Cafe @ All Saints: Insights for Aspiring Restaurateurs

3/24/2016
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Bill Sewell, successful serial restaurateur, gives valuable insights on the business of setting up and running your own restaurant or cafe. Bill talks about thinking outside the box when searching for a venue, being careful about how much you invest, suppliers, finding the right staff and cash flow. Read More The post Ep #031: Bill Sewell, Cafe @ All Saints: Insights for Aspiring Restaurateurs appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:26:13


Ep #030: Bill Sewell, Cafe @ All Saints. A life in food: restaurateur, food writer, food blogger

3/17/2016
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Bill Sewell has fashioned a fascinating career in food. Having emerged from Trinity College, Cambridge, with a history degree, Bill started cooking in both scruffy and high end eating venues in London. Then, after a brief detour into The City of London to qualify as an accountant, Bill went on to set up several restaurants. He's also published two recipe books and is a keen and accomplished food blogger. Read More The post Ep #030: Bill Sewell, Cafe @ All Saints. A life in food:...

Duration: 00:45:01


#029: Croagh Patrick Seafoods Ltd: The Business of Oysters

3/10/2016
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Padraic Gannon harvests plump, Pacific oysters in the clean waters of Clew Bay, which is on the west coast of Ireland. Padraic talks about the business of oysters, including his sales channels, cash flow, suppliers, as well as how he is tapping in to the relatively new gastro-traveller market. Read More The post #029: Croagh Patrick Seafoods Ltd: The Business of Oysters appeared first on My Artisan Business.

Duration: 00:35:54