Aug 18, 2015 11:15 EST

The Truth Behind Artisanal Food & Beverages (Hint: They are Expensive)

iCrowdNewswire - Aug 18, 2015

 

The noted specialty grocer Chatsworth Goods has uncovered a troubling truth behind the specialty food industry. To help change the future of these products, the company has come up with a plan that benefits consumers and creators alike.

 

 

Kalamazoo, MI – August 18 2015: Since November 2014, ChatsworthGoods.com has been operating as an online specialty grocer of premium artisanal products based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Over the last several months, the company has come to the conclusion that many consumers are excluding themselves from the specialty food industry due to the perceived high cost of its products.

 

The specialty food industry is now worth over one hundred billion dollars.” said a ChatsworthGoods.com representative. “Everything from ketchup to cocktail mixers have become upscale. Organic, artisanal, and specialty items carry a premium price. Product pricing is a crucial barrier preventing most people from consuming these foods.

 

To prove that specialty food items do not need to be associated with higher prices, ChatsworthGoods.com has come up with the idea to offer consumers artisanal food and beverage boxes. This will give all consumers access to heavily discounted specialty food and beverage boxes that are shipped for free. Unlike traditional subscription boxes, all of the products will be full-size and consumers will know upfront which items are included. Consumers can gauge the value

 

In order to offset some of the costs associated with creating their artisanal food and beverage boxes, Chatsworth Goods has launched a crowdfunding campaign. By contributing to the campaign, individuals will be able to impact millions of others and dictate the future of specialty and artisanal food. With the support of the public, Chatsworth Goods hopes to reach their goal of $9,972 before September 2 2015.

 

To find out more information about Chatsworth Goods or to make a donation towards their project, visit their crowdfunding campaign page.

 

Contact Information:

D. Govender
269-329-9435
[email protected]
Kalamazoo, MI

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