… but much yummier!
My Secret Kitchen has a range of delicious-sounding products, and some interesting ideas for how to sell them.
You can buy them direct from the site, or host a tasting party (for a commission) and a consultant will come and sell the products for you. You could organise a tasting party as a fund-raiser for your favourite charity. Or you could become a consultant yourself.
What do they sell that you could eat?
Their lavender shortbread mix is gluten free (well done them!) and they suggest that you could use it as a cheesecake base or even muffins.
Other products also seem to be gluten free, though they aren’t specifically a gluten free site, and they aren’t promoting them as gluten free – missed opportunity, guys. Examples:
- Maple caramel sauce
- Fig pudding pickle
- Tapenade with smoked garlic
- Chilli chocolate fondue
- Sunset salsa
You can buy gift packs containing a variety of different products, and they’ve even used tamari soy sauce in their miso dressing with ginger – now that’s thoughtful.
Feeling peckish yet?
They aren’t particularly cheap, but you’d get a free gift with a £15 order.
This seems like a really interesting model for selling high-end foodstuffs – and it might work particularly well for gluten free foods. What do you think?