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The Perks of Selling at Year-Round Farmers Markets

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Within the past 30 years, farmers markets have seen a boom in popularity. In the US today, there are over 8,600 farmers markets across the country where people can enjoy fresh, locally grown produce as well as concessions, baked goods, pet treats, and more.  While many are seasonal, closing in the winter and opening in […]

How Much Money Does Insurance Save Me?

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Insurance provides more than just a safety net of coverage for your business. It can help you book more events, increase your customer base, and even save your business money. When you purchase an insurance policy to protect your business, you create an avenue to save money from the expensive costs associated with claims.  While […]

Why You Should Require Insurance: A Festival Organizer’s Guide To Insurance

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Why You Should Require Insurance: A Festival Organizer’s Guide To Insurance Hi there! With farmers’ market season upon us, it’s time to talk insurance. Are your vendors protected? Are you listed as an additional insured? When you require your vendors to protect their businesses with insurance while at your farmers’ market, you can experience peace […]

FLIP Partners With Cookin, The World’s Homemade Food Delivery Marketplace

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The Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP) is proud to announce its new partnership with Cookin, a homemade food delivery marketplace. Launching in Dallas, Texas, Cookin aims to provide affordable, exciting, and home-cooked meals right to its subscriber’s dining tables. Cookin’s meals come from talented and diverse home-based chefs, giving them an opportunity to grow their […]

Participating in off-site sales? Make sure you’re covered.

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Howdy partner! Your offsite insurance provider here just checking in to make sure that your restaurant is covered for offsite sales. Did you know that your restaurant can get insurance coverage while attending any Pittsburgh Downtown Alliance-sponsored events?  Most restaurants already have a restaurant insurance policy that may limit “off-site” sales. Off-site sales may include […]

Selling CBD Ingestible Products

In recent years, cannabidiol (CBD) and hemp ingestible products have entered the market at a rapidly growing rate. CBD and hemp products have become a part of everyday use for many people. Many food businesses are implementing this popular ingredient in the food line. There are a lot of options, such as infusing CBD in […]

How to Add Additional Insureds to Your FLIP Policy

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Last Updated: July 15, 2024 One of the benefits of having a Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP) policy is the ability to add an unlimited number of additional insureds for free.  The policy application gives you an opportunity to add additional insureds before you finish checking out. But did you know you can still add […]

The Farm to Table Lie and What You Can Do About It

Selling farm-to-table foods is a good trend. It’s good to make it possible for more people to eat foods that came fresh from the farm. Not only is this trend healthy and environmentally friendly, but it helps support small businesses and local farms. However, if this trend is going to succeed at bringing local consumers, […]

Top Food and Beverage Business Insurance Claim Examples

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Last Updated: July 22, 2024 Business insurance claims are more common than most people realize. In 2020, one study found that around 55.8% of U.S. small businesses filed an insurance claim.  That study also revealed that three out of four businesses experienced an event that could have led to a claim. In these cases, the […]

9 Ways to Make Your Food Business Green

These days, everyone is thinking about going green. But food business owners have to balance responsibility to the environment as well as their own business. According to Energy Star, purchasing items such as “fryers, steamers, broilers, griddles, ovens, coolers, freezers, and HVAC systems,” can help save money, energy and the environment. Implementing a few environmentally friendly tips […]