We work with small producers of food and other consumer goods, who make their products to a higher standard. Sometimes this means organic ingredients and local sourcing. Often it means small scale production, limited availability, and artisan based manufacturing.


Perfect Harmony works as a true partner to small and medium size companies. We handle the navigation of the Amazon and other online market spaces, provide superior shipping and logistics management, and support our clients’ social media and marketing efforts during their entry to these new markets. 

Our team has been working for many years to address the problems faced by small scale producers as they attempt to bring their products to a larger market. Entry to traditional grocery supply and distribution systems is so capital intensive as to be exclusionary to most small companies.


In a traditional distribution contract, the distributor purchases product from a producer, holds them, and sells them through to a grocery chain or other customer. From the producer’s side, there will then follow a blizzard of confusing fees, delayed payments, mandatory free fills and periodic sale credits taken out of the payments from the distributor. In order to enter new markets, there may be significant stocking and shelf placement fees demanded by the grocery chains, tens of thousands of dollars for the privilege of selling our products at a loss.


The Perfect Harmony Model: How it Works

Our model of distribution uses a different approach than traditional distribution contracts, as we are looking for a different outcome. We ask each producer to identify the sku’s they want to start selling on Amazon, and ask them to determine the Cost of Production (COP) for each sku. This is real cost to the producer to get that item or case of items on the dock, ready for shipping at a set time. Perfect Harmony will then determine of the producer’s product can be sold profitably on Amazon, or through other markets.


Four general questions for our prospective partners: You should be at “yes” to all four, or at worst one “maybe” to move forward.
  1. Are your products Amazon ready?
  2. Are your products organic? Locally sourced or produced?
  3. Innovative or providing a special social value?
  4. Are you open to naming Perfect Harmony as your exclusive representative for sales on Amazon?