The Growing Enterprise Guide offers detailed advice and practical information about how to sell what you grow in the city.
If you’re an urban grower who’d like to sell your produce, whether on a small-scale ‘garden gate’ basis or as a fully-fledged small business, check out the latest publication from Sustain. The Growing Enterprise Guide offers detailed advice and practical information about how to sell what you grow in the city. It’s written from a London perspective, but most of its information would be applicable to any urban setting.
The guide includes case studies of growing projects in London, information about retail and wholesale pricing, crop guides, risk assessments and resources on allotment law. It also covers other creative ways in which urban food-growing spaces can generate income for their projects, such as through consultancy services, venue hire and skills training. It’s available free – though a £5 donation is suggested – from https://www.sustainweb.org/publications/growing_enterprise_guide/