New England Specialty Foods
Non-Profit Marketing, Cost Reduction & Information Services for Small Producers

Future Goals

There are several future goals for New England's Specialty Foods, and the more than a thousand active specialty food producers located all over New England. TSome of the possibilities are described below.

First, right now, the New England's Specialty Foods Directory  makes it a little easier for web surfers to find whatever they may be looking for. The New England Specialty Foods website is rated number one with Google, out of over 1,000,000 possible websites, if one searches for the key words 'New England's Specialty Foods', or 'Specialty Foods of New England'. Try it and see for yourself.

Scheduled to be in full operation sometime in 2014, the Specialty Food's Best Resources Classified Ads, an exclusive, unique and Free resource for all producers listed in the New England Specialty Foods Directory. The principle here is a simple one. Find several select vendors of each category of need , who will have competitive prices, for the opportunity to present advertise to all of New England's specialty foods producers every month. Vendors deserving more business will get it, while producer's will have a current, quality resource for any business need they might have. 

Other Vertically Integrated visions for the future include:

* An improved Trade Show

* A centralized Production Facility

* Affordable Distribution

* Producer-owned Retail Outlets

Who knows what the future might bring with a thousand small specialty foods producers all working together, not to mention the possibilities once all of the USA's specialty foods producers are on America's Specialty Foods. Have you heard the story of how the giant dairy producer, Organic Valley, started with a handful of midwestern farmers?

Possibility Thinking

Robert F. Kennedy once said, Some men see things that are and say why......I dream of things that never were and say why not".

Someone once said that you can't keep doing the same thing and expect to get different results. 

That being said, we have some 'outside the box' ideas which we firmly believe can reverse the percentages of profitable specialty food businesses with unprofitable ones. 
Fifty States, One Country

That's the analogy to explain how working together can allow everyone involved to maintain the unique identities of their products and business, and still benefit from being a part of something much larger. Each individual state is much stronger by being a part of the USA. Thus, we believe each small producer can be much stronger by being a part of New England Specialty Foods, and America's Specialty Foods.

Have Oreos or Ritz Crachers lost their identity by being part of Nabisco?