Here's an offer for an artisanal vacation to Portland, Oregon. I have no idea how an entire trip can be artisanal. Is the plane rustic? (that doesn't sound safe, does it?). Is the rental car handcrafted? (yes, by giant sheet-steel-bending robots). You also get to "blend your own tea." Hell, I can do that with a large mug and a Keurig - at home.
Sara Lee, the McD's of grocery store bread, now has:
Not to be outdone, a mass-produced frozen pizza crust is now, what else,
But why stop at grocery store pizza crust? If you make over 10 million tortillas a year around the globe, doesn't that qualify them as artisanal? And what's "artisan style" anyway? What a person would make if they were made of metal and could manufacture 3000 tortillas an hour?
After a hard day handcrafting fish, you're probably going to want to blow off steam at the gym. And where better to go than...
Regardless of what they're making, even artisans need to invest money for retirement. And where better to do that than in an artisanal mutual fund?