[Market-farming] pricing my garlic powder and "buds"?

BillOhio billohio at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 10:44:12 EDT 2007


that sounds like good stuff :) I'd go with what the market will bear.

I know that, in Ohio, if it's been processed by cutting, etc., it has to
have been processed in an approved kitchen to be legal for sale. Just
another thing to think about.

Bill Huhman


On 6/6/07, tonitime at juno.com <tonitime at juno.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hi All,
>    I make some great garlic powder from a mix of about 19 garlics that
> we grow.  I am wondering what to price it at for sale tomorrow eve?  I
> plan to sell it in some shaker bottles that i bought for .50 each, as i
> have no bags to hold it.  What do you think i should charge for this
> labor-intensive stuff?  Also, all the folk i gave it to for Xmas have run
> out and want more now!
> Thanks,
> Toni in E KY..........where prices are far too low on most things (
> compared to my 45 years in Central CA!!)
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