Up-market “pâtes de fruits”

Today the innovator produces exquisite jam featuring very original blends of fruits and spices. The jam is truly 100% natural because cooked in solar ovens. Tomorrow’s product will be “pâtes de fruits” which, at the high end of the market, sells for 3 times the price of the most expensive jam. “Pâtes de fruits” was much more popular in France than chocolate in Edwardian times and Turkish delight, its down-market cousin, was in many other countries. This tradition can be revived with imaginative marketing. Packaging, transport and spoilage costs are significantly lower than for jam. Experience in selling high-end food or drinks would be very useful. A 90% buy-out of the innovator is on offer.

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