Bread is one of man’s earliest food. Today it is considered a staple food in most Western countries and is part of the diet of almost all people all over the world. Commercial baking and the other industries supporting it have become big business and constitutes a large slice of the food industry.
There are several advantages that a bakery business offers a new entrant. One, he is free to choose his market. Two, it is not difficult to find a good location for a bakeshop. Since bakery products are considered as a daily consumable, any populated area is a good place for a bakeshop. Three, there are hundreds of bread varieties that can be adopted by a bakery to satisfy the taste of his consumers. Fourth, the industry enjoys continuous growth.
One of the beauties of a home bakery is that you don’t need a heck of a lot of equipment to get you started. Just a stove, a few pans, some ingredients and that “special” recipe. If you want to get a little fancier, you’ll find a timer (to keep you from over or under cooking an oven full of goodies on those busy days when you’re preoccupied with more than you can remember) well worth its small investment.
- Introduction to Bakery Business
- Starting a Bakery Business
- Starting a Home-Based Bakery Business
- Starting a Homebased Pandesal Making Business
- Commercial Baking Recipes
- Cakes and Pastries Recipe
- Starting a Business: Pandesal
- How to Run Small Bakeshop Operations by Cooperative
- Bakery Business Video
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