The Nation's #1 Cookbook Publisher
Publish Your Own Business Cookbooks
Across the nation, food manufacturers are publishing their own cookbooks as unique promotional tools, with some even donating proceeds to a worthy cause. A cookbook project is a fun way to unite employees, suppliers, and customers, and your food company cookbook will be a lasting keepsake that promotes your business and products.
Cooking Up Sales!
Selling your food manufacturer cookbook is easy. Unlike other cookbook publishers, our 90 years of expertise as a cookbook printer will ensure your business cookbooks are a huge success! A few reasons why cookbooks are so successful include:
- Cookbook sales remain strong because more people cook at home.
- Recipe contributors create built-in buyers, while others buy if proceeds benefit a good fundraiser.
- Sell food manufacturer cookbooks for 2–4 times their cost to easily earn $500–$50,000.
- Reinforce brand loyalty and expand your market share with recipes using your products.
- Commemorate anniversaries or other events with an employee cookbook.
Making a Cookbook is Easy!
Learning how to publish a cookbook is a piece of cake with our 8 easy steps. Your food company cookbooks will capture the spirit of your business.
- Use one of 3 ways to submit recipes.
- Choose from 3 cover styles. Design your own custom cover or use a FREE full-color stock design.
- Create custom dividers or choose from FREE full-color stock designs.
- Customize your cookbook with personal pages and photos.
- Add FREE features included in our base prices. Other options are also available.
With Morris Press Cookbooks, publishing business cookbooks or employee cookbooks is fun and easy. Friendly cookbook publishing consultants are always ready to assist you. Our goals are simple: to make publishing a food manufacturer cookbook project fun, rewarding, and highly profitable.
"[Our cookbook] continues to be a favorite among Georgia cooks, and we are very proud of it. We appreciate your company’s part in making it a success."
Robert N. Howell
Georgia Egg Commission