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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Accelerate profits by letting people try your cookies. List local companies, organizations and events where you can give out free samples, gift baskets or dessert trays. Don't forget your business cards and information on how people can order more. Contact your city for information on licensing, permits and local zoning for home-based businesses.Check with your state's Health Department. If you bake cookies at home, your kitchen space will need to pass an inspection. Also ask about labeling laws for food packaging. A business plan can show you whether or not your idea will be profitable, help you arrange an advertising campaign and estimate how long it will take to reach a positive cash flow.Putting together a plan beforehand can save you money & costly mistakes. How to Start a Cookie Business from Home 1. Find Out Rules & Regulations 2. Put Together a Business Plan You want to start a business working at home, and you enjoy baking cookies. So, why not start a baking company where you sell your cookies for profit? 3. Get Supplies & Equipment 4. Attract a Bunch of Buyers Save money: buy bakeware and food prep items at wholesale restaurant suppliers. Shop online and compare prices.Stock up on product packaging supplies like bags, boxes, tins, shipping materials and labels. Design your own labels using online resources.
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