Foodies will love the latest news from Hatchery, an online Marketplace that supports independent farmers and small-batch food makers from across the country, with the launch of their exciting new marketplace.
With the movement towards understanding where our food comes from and supporting small companies, the team at Hatchery has traveled the country and hand-selected over 100 local food makers who combined have several hundredproducts in its Marketplace, including the likes of Seattle-based Mustard and Co., New York-based Better Off Spread, and Oregon-based Meso Nutso. This includes trips to green markets, visiting family farms and traveling dirt roads - all to discover passionate makers.
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Through their service you can enjoy, The Tasting Box, a monthly subscription service that sends customers 5-6 sample-size products where you can sample jams, honeys, syrups, spreads, cooking sauces, oils, vinegars, salts, spices, seasonings and more; the new Marketplace where you can can buy the full size item if you loved it in the box and the Guide where you can discover original recipes, videos, tips, tutorials, etc.
Another cool feature is that every maker within Hatchery’s Marketplace is profiled with a photo, brief story and map showing where their products are made, so that shoppers know exactly who’s making their food and where it’s coming from. In addition, Hatchery goes beyond the traditional retailer, by providing complimentary services to help support and drive sales for their local makers, including innovative packaging solutions, taste testing, marketing and brand support, video production, social media support and editorial and recipe development.
This allows the online shopping experience to be more personal as they introduce consumers to these amazing makers.
For more information, visit hatchery.co
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