But all mushrooms are poisonous... aren't they?
What type of mushrooms is good for me?
Can I really make money by growing mushrooms?
What do I need to start?
What happens if problems occur?
Who is behind this project?

Who will buy my mushrooms?

We suppose you live in North Carolina for some time. You go shopping to a local grocery store, farmer's market, or even to your neighbor's farm. You are buying somebody's goods already. Your own customers will be people like you. Imagine yourselves in your customers' shoes: where would you go and why?

This is the first step to marketing your mushrooms. Think about potential customers as people like you. Go to the places where you usually shop for your groceries and ask the owners and managers: What about fresh mushrooms?

We have done that on the large scale for you. Our representatives have asked the people, who are responsive for buying goods for their shop to sell, some questions about mushrooms. They have questioned numerous buyers; all over North Carolina. The results show that fresh mushrooms are in demand here, in North Carolina.

Look at the questions they asked. When you click on them, you will see a pie chart with results.

1. What is your job title?

2. What is your area of the business?

3. What kind of mushrooms did you sell in the past or sell at the moment?

4. What kind of mushrooms would you buy now if available?

5. Do you think the demand for fresh mushrooms in North Carolina is growing or declining?

The most powerful marketing tool still is a word of mouth. So - ask your relatives, neighbors, co-workers, friends...And create your own clientele step by step. And in the meantime, you can count on our help!


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