Do you find yourself constantly overspending or wasting food?


Answer: Understand purchasing and stock control - manage this asset and free valuable capital.

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How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide


Do you find yourself constantly overspending or wasting food?


Our How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide is a must-have resource for small food business owners who want to take control of their food purchasing practices. Our food purchasing eGuide provides practical tips and strategies on purchasing food, dealing with suppliers, storage and handling stock.  We also offer guidance on kitchen security and loss prevention, 

Imagine being able to save money on your food purchases while ensuring the quality and freshness of your ingredients. With our eGuide, you can streamline your food purchasing process and improve the efficiency of your operations.

Don’t wait any longer to improve your food purchasing process! Purchase our How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide today and start seeing results in no time.

Do you know…

  • when purchasing stock what, how much and when to order?  How to place and check orders?
  • the advantages and disadvantages of bulk buying?
  • the advantages and disadvantages of buying smaller quantities?
  • the simple five-prong purchasing strategy?
  • the step by step procedure to be followed when receiving stock?
  • when dealing with suppliers on how to find, choose and negotiate with suppliers?  How to prepare a Product Specification Form?
  • how to develop your own system for quality control of food and non-food commodities?
  • what steps to take to improve risk management and reduce pilferage, wastage, or damage to your business?

How did you do?  Be honest!  If you answered NO to any of the above questions, then download a copy of:

 How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide 


Quality Control to Reduce Wastage 

How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide.


4 Ingredients to control your costs.

  • Purchasing Stock.  Firstly, the general principles that govern good receiving and checking procedures.  Secondly, determine what, how much and when to order and how to place and check orders.
  • Dealing with Suppliers.  In other words, finding, choosing and negotiating with suppliers.  In addition, understand how to prepare a Product Specification Form.
  • Food Purchasing and Storage. For instance, understand quality control systems.  Above all, decide on your layout, fixtures, and methods to use to determine current stock control and how to conduct a stocktake.
  • Risk Management. Kitchen Security and Loss Prevention.  Firstly, find out how to protect your business assets.  Secondly, steps can be taken in order to reduce pilferage, wastage or damage to company property.

How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide


Controls to save time, money and reduce wastage!


Buying the cheapest products may not always be the cheapest end result.  Enquiries about delivery charges, delivery times, after-sales support, insurance, taxes, training, warranty, availability of spare parts and discounts for prompt payment provide a picture of the overall costs – not just the purchasing price.  Alternatively, you can look at whether you may buy, lease or hire a certain item.  There is also the alternative of paying with cash or getting finance.

Improving the efficiency of purchasing does not have to be difficult.  It may simply be improving the planning stage to more clearly define the goods required, time frames and performance measures.

So, what are you waiting for? 

Let us help you to free valuable capital by managing this asset.


For a low investment, download a copy of How to Protect Your Food Business eGuide it is easy to read with lots of examples, case studies, tips, and activities…knowhow you can use in your own business immediately. 

This eGuide is delivered online, so you can access it from your computer at a time convenient to you.

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