I know you have a gravity fed rack that shows to hold the 1/2 lb plastic deli stackable containers. I have seen fudge display racks in stores that hold 36 of the 2" wrapped squares of fudge--the 1/4 lb squares. Will this rack hold them or do you have one that will?
In a high altitude, do we need to adjust the recipe?
How many batches will a bag of potassium sorbate be good for?
What if I put too much water in?
Can I make a single slab of pumpkin fudge?
Saying, “Have a taste!” encourages customer interaction and sampling, which promotes fudge sales. Calico Cottage knows what extensive research proves: Browsers who taste fudge are very likely to buy fudge. Learn the proper techniques of how to sample effectively.
Very few people wake up and crave fudge. The fact is, buying fudge usually is a purchase made solely on impulse. That’s why sampling is critical to capturing a sale.
I’ve produced 36 flavors of fudge so far and my Dark Chocolate Walnut, Kahlua Espresso and Cherry Cordial fudge flavors are consistent sellers.
– Bill Niffenegger, Old Apple Barn
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