Medina, OH (PressExposure) April 29, 2011 -- Rapid Marketplace is excited to announce that it has recently become one of the South Carolina Specialty Food Association's newest members!
The South Carolina Specialty Food Association, or SCSFA, is the only statewide organization in South Carolina that is dedicated to promoting the best specialty food products available in the State of South Carolina. The organization seeks to further the development and awareness of the South Carolina specialty foods industry via education, networking, peer support and/or mentoring, promotions, and more.
Since at least 1993, the South Carolina Specialty Food Assocation has helped farmers, producers, and retailers throughout South Carolina grow their businesses via joint marketing programs, promotional campaigns, and technical assistance. A non-profit organization, South Carolina's Specialty Food Association works in conjunction with South Carolina's Department of Agriculture to promote the products of South Carolina's specialty food producers and retailers, and Rapid Marketplace is proud to be a member of this organization!
Headquartered in Medina, Ohio, Rapid Marketplace provides customizable ecommerce solutions for organizations that are interested in selling their specialty food products online. Unlike other ecommerce suite providers' products, Rapid Marketplace's total ecommerce solution grows as your business grows, adding more tools and features as your organization finds that it needs them; therefore, your company's personalized suite of Rapid Marketplace ecommerce tools can, at any time, be as robust as your company requires without being too robust so as to force your organization to waste money on unneeded tools or features.
With built-in shopping cart, credit card processing, product catalog, and inventory tracking tools, Rapid Marketplace provides the perfect solution for any specialty food producer that is looking to sell its specialty food products directly to consumers over the internet.
Rapid Marketplace looks forward to expanding its relationship with the South Carolina Specialty Food Association and its members in the years to come.