Saturday, February 9, 2013

Bristol Farm Growing Non-traditional Retail Food Success

Everyone who ever entered a Bristol Farm Store understands that this retailer is non-traditional and extraordinary.  When it comes to understanding the ready-2-eat and heat-N-eat fresh food grocerant niche Bristol Farms does and brings it to life.  If you need a meal for dinner, want a meal catered at work or are planning a special meal at home for Valentine’s Day.  Bristol Farms is for you.

A large part of the success of the grocerant niche is contributed to food retailers that do things different in Bristol Farms case outstanding catering, a cooking school or cooking classes and in-store café utilizing the 5 P’s of food marketing are examples of non-traditional food retailing and success. Here is a copy of Friday’s Menu:

Friday Specials
Bristol's Own Traditional Breakfast
2 eggs scrambled, 2 strips of bacon, morning potatoes, 2 slices of wheat toast and a cup of coffee!
Bristol's Own Heart Healthy Breakfast
3 egg whites scrambled, 2 turkey sausage patties, melon, slice of rye toast and a cup of coffee!
Fire Seared Pulled Pork and Granny Smith Apple Slaw
Amazing pulled pork fire seared to perfection in a light barbecue sauce served on a Seeded Kaiser roll with a layer of granny smith apple slaw....delicious!
Fish Fillet Sandwich
Served with your choice of french fries, sweet potato fries, fresh fruit, fried green beans, sweet corn nuggets, potato salad, or Bristol's Own cup of soup. Add onion rings or a green salad for $1.99.
Success does leave clues and food retailers today must position the brand / concept to be consumer interactive and participatory while incorporating the 5 P’s of Food Marketing.

Interested in learning how Foodservice Solutions 5P’s of Food Marketing can edify your retail food brand while creating a platform for consumer convenient meal participationdifferentiation and individualization contact us via Email us at: or visit Johnson, or

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