Finally! A site for food growers, makers and creators (and consumers!)

By: Foodstall  23-Mar-2012
Keywords: Food Market, Home Made Food, Hand Made Food

Finally! A site for food growers, makers and creators (and consumers!) Are you a farmer? A baker? Or does your tree just keep dropping lemons that you don’t have the heart to throw out? Do you love to cook? Are you looking to make some extra money on the side? Whether you make jams, cakes, packed lunches, organic baby food, grow mangoes or make the best sausage rolls this side of the planet, there is a place for you to list it free on foodstall.com.au By combining gourmet foods with home grown, homemade, organic and everything in between, Foodstall is set to revolutionise the way Australians buy food. Foodstall is creating opportunities for food growers, makers and creators to showcase their products and produce on an organised, marketed site. Regular ad listings are free, with the option of advertising paid featured ads. Membership is free. Ad listings are free. Ads posted stay live for 30 days then can be reposted at no cost. Put a price on it or leave it POI. Site visitors can view all products in your stall. You can see how many visits your stall has had. Upload up to 5 pictures per item. Edit your ad whenever you want, as many times as you like. List by category, visitors can refine their search by location, allowing them to buy local. Visitors can view “most popular” if they are nosey about what everyone else is looking at. Create your own profile for visitors to look at. Manage all of your ads from an easy to use dashboard. Visitors can peruse as a guest or become a member, and choose to contact sellers by public post or private message. As the site grows, so too will the services. Stay tuned for refrigerated local delivery services. Get seen! Isn’t it about time?

Keywords: Food Classifieds, Food Market, Hand Made Food, Home Made Food,

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