At Little Pots & Pans Co. we don’t offer many customers “packaged retail” , it’s a great way to service the local co-ops, smaller grocery/cafes who do not have kitchens/ovens, plus it was an initial step of getting our tarts into Whole Foods. I hadn’t given our labels much thought until I was woo’d by a new printer offering me a great deal.
Here’s our former label:
Ta - da! Fresh off the press and out to customers this week:
It was time to be (as my great-uncle use to say channeling a little Rodney Dangerfield) “really classing up the joint in here”. He also had a penchant for polyester checkered pants, but that’s a post for another time.
If you’ve been following us on twitter or even reading some of the posts below, you (might) have seen reference to things stepping up for us here at Little Pots & Pans Co. We’re beginning a transition period of taking our tarts to the next level in our efforts to grow as a company and our client base. Transitions aren’t known for being easy (it would scare me more if things went smoothly out of the gate) and we’ve had our bumps to contend with. However, I’m looking forward to seeing where our tarts will take us (and where they’ll land). 2010 is about working on recouping, stabilizing and growing and I’m pleased to see progress (no matter what size) in our goals to do so.
In October we’re going to 5 (yes 5, can you believe it?), and with it will be coming guest blog posts and an assortment of fun things (maybe a party?).
For now, though, I’m tasked with thinking about the coming onslaught of tomatoes we’ll be (finally) hit with.