We've had a customer request for Cranberry Orange Nut Fudge. I am thinking about how to adapt a single slab of Cranberry Nut into Cranberry Orange Nut. I do not want to swirl or layer Orange fudge with the Cranberry Nut, but rather I would like to add orange oil and maybe fresh/dried orange zest instead. Thoughts?
What are the best fall flavors?
What size are your ingredient labels?
Can you microwave the fudge to soften it up and add another ingredient?
What is the expiration date of the dry fudge mix, unopened?
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.
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