Edible Artists Network
P.O. Box 870614
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
EdibleArtistsNetwork.com Announces Launch, Fosters Baking Community
EdibleArtistsNetwork.com has announced a launch date of Wednesday, February 15, 2012. The website, which provides a host of resources for home bakers, aims to foster the creativity of the baking community while providing valuable information to individuals looking to grow their small businesses.
Stone Mountain, Georgia, February 14, 2012—
Home baking is a common activity that allows individuals to exercise their creativity while, if they so decide, developing a small business based upon their talent. Although this activity is enjoyable for those who love it, home baking can cause individuals to feel isolated or detached from the rest of the culinary community. In an effort to foster the home baking community while providing valuable resources to bakers who hope to grow their capabilities, EdibleArtistsNetwork.com has been created. Set to launch on Wednesday, February 15, EdibleArtistsNetwork.com is a website that has already gained a great deal of public support.
The website, which markets itself as a one-stop resource for home bakers, combines a variety of features that allow members to showcase and improve upon their baking skills. Membership is free, but website visitors must register to participate in the interactive features of the site, including commenting on photos and participating in the Sweet Swap. A unique feature, the Sweet Swap allows members to buy, sell, and trade equipment, promoting bartering in an effort to help people grow their baking capabilities in a cost-effective manner.
EdibleArtistsNetwork.com also showcases how to videos and blogs, which teach members more about the art of baking while introducing them to new techniques and equipment. Additionally, a photo gallery allows members to show off their latest creations. Members are also able to submit content to the site, including recipes, contests, and articles, further promoting the communal nature of the organization.
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Co-founders Joanne Juda-Prainito and Cheryl Naughton are third-generation bakers who possess strong backgrounds in the publishing industry. By sharing information in an informal way, Juda-Prainito and Naughton hope to help bakers confidently enter the industry.
"Edible Artists Network supports bakers who stand in the gray area between consumers and businesses,"
These resources include information about the Cottage Food Law, which restricts the sale of home-baked goods in some states. For bakers considering starting an entrepreneurial endeavor, a working knowledge of the Cottage Food Law is important—as is an understanding of how to build a small business while maintaining compliance with such regulations.
"We want to help people reach their goals," stated Naughton. "These goals may be big or they may be small, but our aim is to help people feel great about their baking. The information we provide on the site allows bakers to do just that, to bridge the gap between home baking and building a small business as smoothly as possible."
For more information about EdibleArtistsNetwork.com, and to register for a free membership, visit www.EdibleArtistsNetwork.com. To learn more about the website and the information it provides, email Joanne Juda-Prainito at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EdibleArtistsNetwork.com is a member-based website that offers a variety of resources to individuals within the baking community. Designed to benefit both home bakers and small business owners, this site fosters the art of baking while promoting the development of members. Through diverse features, including blogs, a photo gallery, recipes, how to videos, and more, EdibleArtistsNetwork.com has created a one-stop resource for baking enthusiasts.
EdibleArtistsNetwork.com can be found online at www.EdibleArtistsNetwork.com. The organization also has a strong social media presence and can be found on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/