link to Edible Vancouver article on food hubs, Good to Grow, and Andrea Gray-Grant

In collaboration with BC Food & Beverage, Good to Grow is back with its fourth event celebrating local brands.
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link to Edible Vancouver article on food hubs, Good to Grow, and Andrea Gray-Grant

“Gray-Grant has helped numerous food-based businesses get their start and grow through one-on-one coaching and her Stages of Growth workshops…”
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link to DailyHive article listing BCLocalRoot.ca locally curated food box

DailyHive featured BCLocalRoot.ca in their list of best holiday food boxes near Vancouver. Read more.

link to Cultivate Magazine feature on Lita's Mexican Foods

Cultivate Magazine 2019 Product of the Year feature: ‘Selling to grocery stores was a new challenge. So, Jackie [Lita’s Mexican Foods] reached out to experts for guidance, like Good to Grow, which provides coaching for business growth and strategy.”
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link to Vancouver Is Awesome article for the first From The Ground Up Trade Show

“From the Ground Up is a trade show that may be private for the event, but with results that will for sure reach the public…” Read more.

link to Vancouver Sun article

“Now 21, Bosch [SmartSweets], wants to build a sugar-free/stevia-sweetened, natural candy company… ‘Many food entrepreneurs are young, in their late 20s or early 30s, and a mix of aspiring empire builders and values-based entrepreneurs,’ Gray-Grant said.”
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The Pack Heavy Podcast features Andrea Gray-Grant

“Taking your food-based consumer packaged good business to the next level with Andrea Gray-Grant.” Listen.

link to Lonsdale Avenue article

“Good to Grow — a company that educates local food and beverage processors — has created an online grocery platform for delivery or curbside pick-up of locally processed products.”—LonsdaleAve.ca
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link to Pique News Magazine

Workshop helps food entrepreneurs get their foot into the industry door.”
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link to Georgia Straight article

“Locavores have a new one-stop shop for all their food-related needs.” Read more.