We are a company with an experienced sales and marketing team successful at gaining market exposure and sales growth for new and existing products.

We define competitive market segments and distribution channels for the products we represent by finding a position as a leader, challenger, or niche player in a product category. We establish a strong identity in new markets that are not currently familiar with the products we represent.

We have extensive knowledge and connections in the local and national retail markets, we work closely with retail buyers on developing strategies that increase product sales and we know that in a competitive environment knowledge and strategic positioning of a product is vital.

We choose carefully the companies and products we represent and welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss how Food Ideas can help your business reach its full potential.

About Us
​Food Ideas LLC. 424 N 2nd Street, Saint Charles, MO 63301  P: 636-627-1936   
Simplifying the sourcing of over 150 quality Missouri made local foods with “One Delivery – One Invoice”   
2019 Missouri Grown EmpowerMORE Award Winner
Food Ideas was recognized at the 48th Missouri Governors Conference on Agriculture, By the Missouri Grown Program, with the EmpowerMORE Award.

The award recognizes the effort the Food Ideas team envisioned when creating the Local Favorites program - The promotion and distribution of quality, Missouri made local food items with "One Delivery - One Invoice" 
Chris Chinn Director of Agriculture
Davin Althoff
Director of
Business Development
Jim Riley
Food Ideas
2019 EmpowerMORE Award
South Korean Buyers Mission, St Charles, Missouri 
The Food Ideas team met with South Korean buyers, Richard Jihwan Koh, Director of International sales for GOWOO International Inc. and David Seo Deputy General Manager Overseas Purchasing Team, OTTO Food Corporation. 

Korea depends heavily on imports to fulfill its food and agricultural needs as the agricultural sector accounts for only 2.2% of the Korean GDP (as of 2016). 

Food Ideas understanding of building trust and a good personal relationship will be essential to doing business in Korea. Korean culture is deeply rooted in Confucian principles that focus on respect for hierarchy, loyalty, integrity and respectfulness. 

David Seo
Jim Riley
Richard Jihwan Koh