Looks like you`ve found a way to move forward Chef.
Shpblder, there are a few ways to go about it...or you can mix them up and do a bit of everything, but I would suggest starting with one or two and working from there:
If you`re food industry knowledge is a bit shaky, g3et in touch with an organisation that can give you advice on label requirements etc. Try browsing products at your local deli, products in a similar line, but not direct competition. Get in touch with the makers and ask them about labeling requirements etc. Or contact a local business association to put you in touch with the appropriate place for labelling etc.
You could check out local deli`s etc to start with and see if they`d be willing to put your products on their shelves, butchers too sometimes have sauces and condiments for sale. This way you could start with small supply, and check out the demand etc.
Another way is to package it in such a way that you can offer it as a hamper or raffle prize at schools, preschools etc. Make sure your address, contact details etc are on the sauce. This will get you some local exposure, and at the moment I`m assuming you`re only producing small quantities.
Online - you could start a website about the product while you`re finding out labelling and regulations so that you can sell online. (if you don`t have a website check out the "e business" page on my website.
Start gathering information, jotting down ideas and bringing your thoughts together on where you want the product/business to go. Do you want to be the next Paul Newman, or would you be happy just selling a little locally on the side for now. Write down what it is that you`re looking for and this will help you focus on the next set of steps.
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