Nedbank Business Accelerator with 702

Lardiere Fine Foods seals the deal with hand-made room service treats

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Business Accelerator finalist Lardiere Fine Foods make fresh and artisanal treats for the hotel and guest rooms within the hospitality industry.

Lardiere Fine Foods founder Junelle Germishuizen moved from initially targeting individuals to targeting big clients within the hotel industry, business growth specialist Pavlo Phitidis.

Phitidis her ability to "pivot" and respond to the market is typical of a great entrepreneur.

Germishuizen, a ‎chef and fine food expert, says that she loves to keep abreast of food trends.

Phitidis advises that Lardiere Fine Foods should consider translating her products labelling in various South African languages in order to tell a story and enhance the guest experience.

He also says managing her volumes and stock strategically will help advance Lardiere Fine Foods.

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