Start and Run a Home-Based Food Business
Are you one of the many people who dream of making a profit selling your own
homemade foods? Now, with this one-of-a-kind, easy-to-follow guide, you can
realize your home-based food business dreams! With over 25 years' experience,
author Mimi Shotland Fix takes you step-by-step through the process of
starting and running a food business.
Whether you've always envisioned yourself with a home-based food business,
need a second source of income or want to stay at home and be your own boss,
Start & Run a Home-Based Food Business offers dozens of tips, examples
and advice for you to run a profitable business from your own kitchen!
The CD-ROM includes resources and forms in PDF and MS Word formats, for use
on a Windows-based PC. The CD-ROM includes: - Lists of books, websites and trade
magazines - National and regional suppliers - Sample contracts, invoices and
accounting forms - Tried-and-true recipes And more!
• Start Your Business in Your Kitchen
• Finding a Kitchen Outside Your Home
• Finding Your Product Niche
• Create a Signature Product
• Foods Made without Heat
• Microwave Foods
• Baked Foods
• Ethnic Foods
• Health Oriented Foods
• Seasonal Foods
• Fashionable Foods
• Gift Packages
B. Reed from Kentucky says, "This book starts from the very beginning.
You get tips about different kitchen set-ups and beginning equipment
necessities as well as advancing to finding a special product niche and
moving up to an actual baking shop. Very good investment for the money.
The worksheets also were helpful."
• Researching the Market
• Preparing a Business Plan
• Making Your Business Legal
• Financial Management
• Purchasing Cooking Equipment
• How to Name, Package, and label Your Products
• Pricing Products
A.P. from New York says, "My wife who loves baking retired from job and
was looking for something to do to bring in extra cash. I bought her this
book and she found it very helpful. After reading the steps laid out in
this very well organized and clearly written book, she is now seriously
thinking of starting her own business."