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10 Lucrative Food Business Ideas With Zero Capital by gridmagngr: 10:08pm On Dec 07, 2017
People may stop using clothes, they may stop the use of jewelries but to sustain themselves they have to keep eating, which makes the food industry very lucrative and one of the best industry you can venture into;

So if you’re interested in this particular business let’s see together that which you can do;

1. Weight Loss or Dietary Foods

There is a trend involving foods that help people lose weight or at least don’t make them fat, because almost everyone hates adding up much weight they just want to get slim. You can do very well in the food sector if you can specialize and come up with foods that have weight loss effect.

2. Food Blogging

This a part you can set up with no money at all. Your blog can focus on suggestive ways to develop usual food preparation and cooking techniques. Coming up with an innovative pasta dish and see your blog traffic surge. You can make money from your blog through Google Adsense, selling advert space, selling your own products or selling other people’s product.

3. Food Retailing

You can retail raw food or processed food stuffs. I mean food stuffs such as yam, rice, beans, flour, maize, etc. Your aim here is to source for the food stuffs at a wholesale price and resell for a profit. You can even take it a step further by sourcing it from the producers or farmers and resell.

For more, read up @ http://gridnigeria.com/10-lucrative-food-business-ideas-with-zero-capital/

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