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Three brand-new food-related business ideas

from Adelina Moisan, Fsp Invest to 22 Sep. 2014

Tags: food related business ideas, new business ideas, start own business, fresh business ideas


There is no shortage of innovative and interesting business ideas.

If you happen to love food and are keen on starting a new business soon, take a look at the following brand-new food-related ideas from around the world.



Business idea #1: Intermarche – turning ugly fruit and veggies into soups and juices
 
It is a known fact that supermarkets throw away tons of perfectly good food just because it’s considered to be too “ugly” to be sold to customers. French supermarket Intermarche is taking care of this problem by turning the fruit and vegetables that are too ugly to sell into a new range of soups and juices.
 
The new line of juices and soups is... read more

 
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