Subscription commerce companies that focus on offering gourmet or healthy food sample boxes are becoming more common. Startup Petit Amuse, for example, delivers three to four high-quality treats to subscribers’ doorsteps for as little as $10 per month.
Petit Amuse – whose name is derived from the French term “amuse bouche,” meaning a bite-sized appetizer specially prepared by the chef – aims to help the small artisan food community by providing customers with deluxe sample products from a variety of vendors. Rather than sell small packages, Petit Amuse provides full-sized products, giving customers the most bang for their buck.
“I really like what Petit Amuse is doing to help small artisan food producers reach new customers in new markets,” celebrity chef Duskie Estes said.
Subscribers also have the option to pick any-sized item and have it shipped to their home for a flat rate of $7.99. These products include everything from spreads and sauces to fruits and nuts.
Subscription commerce companies similar to Petit Amuse can benefit from using an a subscription billing and management platform to manage their subscriber lifecycles. As a result, organizations will be able to boost customer satisfaction while generating recurring revenue.