The Pig and Plow had their best month ever. Erica took advantage of being a small and nimble bakery business. She turned a crisis into an opportunity that is win-win-win for her local community, other producers and her business.
Want to increase your local, direct to consumer sales channels? Yes, you can! In fact, your community is hungrier…[Read more]
Since I’m in Florida, I don’t know about Oregon, in particular, but the main thing would be that all of the cooking would have to be done in your home kitchen. That means that, unless there is something specific against frying, you may fry the doughnuts AT HOME, then package them and sell them at, for example, a farmers market. You would NOT be…[Read more]
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Set up your business to start selling at the Farmer’s Market…[Read more]
After a little over two and a half years in a cottage-food business, I’m finally ready to get into more formal bookkeeping. Accountants and QuickBooks cost too much for me, so I am going to use the online-accounting site called “Wave.”
Right now, I’m try to determine how to set up my chart of accounts, but I have no idea how much I should break…[Read more]
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