Exciting times, as Andy chats with the editor of Grow Exeter magazine and is featured in its November 2018 edition.
It’s a weird old business, rambling-on to a complete stranger about your burgeoning business aspirations. Right now, Greedy Pig’s Pantry is still very much in ‘start-up’ mode and so talking in terms of how the business is constructed and how far we’ve come thus far is all a little strange; however, it does offer a really handy milestone from which one can look back and realise how much we’ve achieved in a relatively short space of time, which can only be a good thing.
Clearly, there’s a hell of a long way to go but we’re still happily obsessed with the idea of making a modest living from selling our wholesome, home-made, hearty tucker and so the discovery that other folks might be passingly interesting in our little venture is enormously encouraging.
Hopefully, this first foray into the world of foody journalism will generate a few leads for us, so we’re looking forward to watching the odd email from potential new customers rattle-down into our inbox in the not-too-distant future. In the meantime, it’s all about jam and pickle making, bottling and labelling, in readiness for our upcoming appearance at this year’s Yarner Festive Fair. Maybe see you there?