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Bridget Holmes

  • I’m going to open my own bakery, but sometimes it stops me that i see quite a few other bakeries and sometimes I feel like I have no chance to compete with them. But then I remember that I still bake great cakes for every taste as well as other pastry, my sister makes super delicious macarons and other cakes, and we also have an interesting…[Read more]

  • I can say that pastry business in 2022 is still good idea. Me and my sister are making cakes, cookies, bread and other pastry for order at our home and now we are going to spread out and even register our company name as we have a lot of orders now. We are looking for a nice place for our bakery and want to hire some staff as we don’t have enough…[Read more]

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  • eltonwisk posted an update in the group Business 1 week ago

    Licensing, inspections, training, insurance, taxes, and zoning — these are all things you need to be aware of when building your business. What challenges are you facing, and how do you manage costs while growing?
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  • Stephanie Long posted an update in the group Canned Goods 1 week, 2 days ago

    Hey group. I have a question. Sorry if you have answered this before, but I am not sure how to search this yet. Here is my question. Can we sell canned syrups to restaurants? What are the requirements to do so?

  • robertryan posted an update in the group Business 1 week, 4 days ago

    A business is defined as an organization or enterprising entity engaged in commercial, industrial, or professional activities. Businesses can be for-profit entities or non-profit organizations. Business types range from limited liability companies, sole proprietorships, corporations, and partnerships.

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  • David Crabill replied to the topic Muffins w/ no added sugar in the forum Bread 1 month ago

    Yes they should be allowed. You just want to make sure they are thoroughly baked and don’t have too much moisture that could cause spoilage. If your product is fine to leave at room temperature for 24 hours, then it’s a nonperishable food. Perishable foods should be refrigerated within 2 hours.

  • Liz Meier joined the group Business 1 month ago

  • I’m in California so I’m not familiar with TX laws but in CA it would be qualified for CFO.

  • Hello!

    I’ve been interested in starting a cottage food business for a while but am not quite sure if my product would qualify.

    I want to make naturally sweetened muffins. These have no added sugar and get their sweetness and flavor from fruit (banana, apple, blueberry, etc) and spices. Since I feed these to my young children, I do not leave t…[Read more]

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