Are you looking for wholesale salvage food? sometimes referred to as banana box groceries, large big box grocery stores liquidate food items for several reasons including nearing expiration, expired, nearing freshness dating, or simply because an item is not selling well. This stock can be purchased by the pallet containing banana boxes for a fraction . . . → Read More: Salvage Food Cost Breakdown
Over the last few years I’ve been fortunate enough to meet dozens of people who have started their own discounted food or salvage grocery store. Steve and Melissa of S & M Grocery are just as vibrant and passionate as every other young entrepreneurial couple I’ve meet. They opened a salvage food store fifteen months . . . → Read More: Salvage Grocery Store Interview
If you plan on opening a salvage food store in a town with little or no competition, you should plan on a marketing campaign that aims to educate the general public as to the cost savings, along with the safety of salvage food. From the start, the words salvage food does not conjure up an . . . → Read More: Educate the Market – Salvage Food Makes Good Economical Sense
The hardest part of retailing salvage food is working with items getting them ready for merchandising on a sales floor. Salvage food is stock that in some way is comprised be either dating, condition, or both and requires effort and time prior to stocking your store.
Cleanliness – When you buy pallets of salvage food . . . → Read More: Processing and Merchandising Salvage Food
A salvage food grocery store is subject to annual and periodic health department inspections just like the local restaurant found on the corner in your city. Health inspectors will be performing inspections of your facility making sure you are adhering to regulations surrounding the safe handling of food products.
A written report will be . . . → Read More: Salvage Grocery Health Inspections