7 great business ideas for foodies
Put your money your mouth is.
Thinking about commercializing your culinary arts? Go for it! One of the best thing about food is that the feeding business has no season! However, it’s not easy work. To own a successful feeding business means invest a lot of your time and energy in perfecting your power over the clientele’s taste buds.
But first, here are ideas that can get you going.
1. Food trucks
All you need is great set of wheels and a small-scale food prep station to open shop. There are a lot of benefits that arise from using food trucks instead of opening up a restaurant. From decreased start-up expenses to high competitive pricing and lower risk of business failure, the list is endless. You also don’t need a very large menu, be it hot dogs, shawarmas; something light and easy to prepare will do.
2. Event mixologist
If you’ve got a passion for cocktails with zero patience for bartending then embrace the thought of being an event mixologist. Unlike a restaurant, this is not a full time job but one that will make you quick cash on the weekends. All you need to do however, is create a following that you can use to market yourself to the event organizers.
3. Farm product vending
Organic products will never run out market. If you’re a foodie with a garden, you can try commercializing your produce. It can be in the market or personal deliveries.
4. Speaking of deliveries…
It’s a busy world. A lot of people would want to eat healthy but just don’t have the time to go shopping. You could start with your neighbors. All you need is a spacious car, a good source of produce and a healthy rapport to start cashing in big time.
5. Meal prep boss
Again, it’s a busy world and no one has the time to meal prep healthy meals for the week. Innovate a diet plan with the help of a nutrionist that you can sell to your customers as ready made food.
Do you believe in your culinary skills? Then start a catering business. There’s always a party somewhere and it’s quite difficult to miss clients especially if you’re known to do a good job.
7. Online Bakery
You don’t need a shop. Just a social media platform and enough evidence of what you can do and you’ll have a successful online bakery in no time. Find a working system for delivery and you’ll be good to go. Literally.
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