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Questions for Food Brokers

Farmers and manufacturers often need someone to sell their foods and beverages but are reluctant to spend money on hiring salespeople or to launch an expensive marketing campaign. Retail and wholesale stores need foods and beverages but may not want to interview hundreds of producers and manufacturers as vendors. This is where a food broker comes in.

  • What exactly does a food broker do?
    First, a food broker often works within a specified regional area. Urban food brokers usually have much smaller regional areas than rural ones, but a good food broker knows exactly what products farmers and manufacturers are producing in his area. Knowing this, the food broker can consult with large retail and wholesale stores, selling them the products. Typically, a food broker works off of commission, which means he gets paid when he successfully makes a sale.

  • Are there different types of food brokers?
    Yes. A popular subset is the organic and natural foods market. Buyers of these products represent a rapidly growing market. Food brokers can market quality organic and natural products to these stores. Since most organic food is produced locally, it is especially necessary for organic producers to work with a good food broker to find the right chain vendor for their products.

  • What does it take to be a food broker?
    You need at least a high school degree and maybe a few basic college courses. The main thing to being a food broker is to have experience working with another food broker so that you can understand the industry before starting your own business.
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    Find the most knowledge available on all types of food products from our brokers across the nation. Our association represents the most experienced food brokers across the country.
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    There are many professionals that work as food brokers these days. This trade can be exciting and innovative for individuals working in this line of business. As a representative to the company, you will get to travel to small towns, large industrial areas, and other regions in order to make sales. As a consultant or broker, it is your job to distribute quality foods and beverages to retail grocery stores and chain supermarkets across the United States. You will have to be knowledgeable with dealing with a variety of organic meats, all-natural dairy products, specialty snacks, and frozen foods.

    In order to get involved as a food broker or consultant, you may want to acquire a degree in business or sales. This will help you function as an independent sales professional. It will also help you properly supply grocery store chains, food vendors, and supermarket distributors with the all natural produce and organic meats they need. Depending on the wholesale company you are employed with, you may have to deal with major purchases for large bulk amounts of foods and beverages. Although this can be challenging at times, it is important to keep in mind that there is a strong market for food sales and distribution. This is why you may have to sell all kinds of products in numerous locations across the country.

    When you get involved in this line of business, you will work with and help assist food manufacturers and wholesalers with their needs. You will also work with various retail supermarkets and chain grocery stores regularly.



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