My name is Nikki Frezza and I am the owner and CEO of Nikki's Coconut Butter. Five years ago, my husband and I launched Nikki's Coconut Butter out of the kitchen of our two bedroom apartment. Today, we have our products in over 200 stores including major retailers like Whole Foods Market and Wegmans, and on major websites like Amazon and Vitacost. Altogether, we have grossed over $1 million in sales and are on pace to have our best year in 2017.
The last 5 years have been filled with lots of amazing moments and even more mistakes. Many of those mistakes cost us thousands of dollars that we will never get back. Looking back, I wish I had a mentor to guide me through those early stages of launching our business. Not only could we have saved tens of thousands of dollars, but we could’ve gotten to where we are today a whole lot faster. That’s where you come in. I realized there a lot of people out there like me, who are just getting started with their food businesses, and have no idea where they should focus their time, attention, and $$$$. If you are looking to launch your food business, or want to take your current food business to the next level, I can help. I am offering a premium 1-on-1 coaching package for food entrepreneurs. The package will include weekly 60 minute phone calls with me and unlimited email support.
What I can do for you:
In our coaching calls, we will cover:
Pricing strategies and a business plan that works with your vision
How to get your products into major retailers like Whole Foods and Wegmans
How Amazon FBA works and how to get your products into the world’s largest online retailer and potentially move thousands of dollars per day without you having to do a thing.
How to get top bloggers and social media influencers to rave about your products and drive sales to your online store
Which trade shows are worth your money and what it really takes to be successful at trade shows (hint: it doesn’t involve an expensive booth)
The cheapest and fastest way to get your nutrition label store ready
Our personal supplier contacts for packaging, labels, ingredients, and more.
Whether or not you should use a co-packer and how to find one.