Are you ready to sell more healthy food, but not sure how to get started or how to make money doing it?
Join the Los Angeles Food Policy Council’s Healthy Neighborhood Market Network for its third annual business and leadership development training: “Healthy Foods, Healthy Businesses,” on Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 9:00am to 5:00 pm at 10950 S. Central Ave. South Los Angeles (Watts), CA 90011.
“Healthy Foods, Healthy Businesses” is a training and networking event for corner stores, small family businesses, neighborhood markets and food entrepreneurs who want to succeed with healthy food. This is a full day training for entrepreneurs who want to learn, grow, and make valuable connections for their business.
Here’s what you can expect:
- Industry leaders share the nuts and bolts of how to be a successful healthy food retailer.
- Receive tips and tools that are designed for neighborhood markets.
- Build your network! Find new partners from government, nonprofit and food industry who want to help you bring healthy food to your store.
- Make your dreams come true! We’ll help you create a customized “action plan” to make healthy snacks, fruits and vegetables a successful part of your neighborhood market.
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Title: Healthy Foods, Healthy Businesses
Date: Sept. 25 Thursday (9/25/2014)
Time: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Location: Watts Labor Community Action Committee – Phoenix Hall
10950 S. Central Ave. Phoenix Hall, South Los Angeles (Watts), CA 90059
Language: Translation and materials available in Korean and Spanish
Cost: Free for neighborhood markets, corner stores, community leaders, and students. General public registration fee is $25.
Register to Attend:
By Phone – Esther Park 213-473-9739
By Email – email@example.com
Online Registration – neighborhoodmarkets2014.eventbrite.com