Franks Organic Farm’s mission is to raise the best tasting and finest quality fruits and vegetables for the local community.
Franks Organic Farm uses only natural and sustainable farming methods, free from pesticides or fertilizers.
This unique perspective clearly shows in the quality of the produce, the well cared for gardens, and natural friendliness and ease of its owners.
Franks Organic Farm was created to meet the growing needs of a community that shares these same views and is concerned about what they eat and feed their children.
Find: Canadian food supplier directories (AAFC) Describe your marketing plan and distribution channels.
Include the steps for attracting and retaining customers (if applicable).Here are 10 things you should include as well as some resources to get started. Include: who you are, what your business does, future business plans and how you will be successful.Also, summarize your current financial state and future needs.But with the uncertainty of recent events in the Middle East, the energy crisis, the long term effects of reliance on fossil fuels, and his personal philosophies on conservation, Frank Burns and his wife Kathy, turned this family vegetable patch into a thriving certified organic produce business.Franks Organic Farm is based on the sound principles of conserving natural resources, limiting the carbon footprint, growing, hiring and eating locally grown and prepared foods, and making the world a better place to live in.Members may pick up their boxes at the farm, at delivery sites, or home delivery may be offered.The purpose of this business plan is to provide a blueprint for near term and long term goals.You’ll also need to identify key employees, benefits, labour policy and a succession plan (if applicable).Use: Agri HR Toolkit (Canadian Agricultural Resource Centre) For existing businesses: include financial statements from the past five years and a monthly cash-flow forecast covering at least 12 months.In some cases the members are involved in decision-making of all aspects of the operation; in others the farmer makes all the decisions.Each CSA is as unique to the farmer and the community it serves.