HOW TO START YOUR OWN SAMOSA BUSINESS AND EARN PROFIT.
Let’s discuss samosa business here, one of India’s most proper street food. the company where you can start in less money and earn good output from this business, so let us discuss this in detail.
to start this business you can first check the area for this kind of business such as office area, school location you any other crowded place .these area will be a benefit for the business.
LIST OF DOCUMENTS NEED TO START SOMASA STALL
Get your fassi certificate
Get your own brand name and make the brand cover, carry bag, and board.
GST no . so that it will be easy to connect with zomato,swiggy.
BRANDING THE STALL :
Look for the area nearby school, college ya office line. ones you are done next come the styling of your shop and design of the stall.
sharing a few tips for designing the stall.
- make the bright color of the stall will be looking color full and people’s eyes can notice easy
- make electrical sign board
- keep combo offer and less price
- make good packing design for delivery.
- try to keep the referral program to increase your business
- and keep your place needy and clean. make sure your all staff have uniform
MENU IDEAS FOR SAMOSA BUSINESS
Once everything is set all you need to decide. here are a few ideas where you and start with a few items listed below samosa, chocolate samosa, cheese samosa, mixed veggies samosa, nonveg all kinds of samosa you can start with. Add diffrent type of tea in this menu such as masala tea , ginger tea, mint tea , chocolate tea etc etc you can also go with few milkshake so that customer will get many variety in one place .
FEW MARKET RESEARCH ANALYSIS ABOUT SAMOSA BUSINESS .
Eating street foods in India has earned the country multiple laurels in the global front in terms of quick bites. While samosa and pakora can be considered a staple diet during evening in many Indian households, you have often felt pity on the man who sells it. Most of the time we tend to believe that samosa sellers in India are poor. Not only so, you must have noticed that some good-at-hearts wouldn’t take back change of balance just to make the street food hawker earn a little extra. But do you know that many of them actually don’t like that and they feel insulted. The reason behind this is, as many as 45% of street food vendors (including samosa wala, jalebi wala around your neighbourhood) just don’t have a self-esteem but earn almost a lakh of rupees every month.
Samosa wala in a local train in Mumbai’s Dadar station. Chitchatting for sometime, the person inquired about his income, if he is happy with the job. The samosa wala, who sells samosa in the office colonies of West Mumbai sells 4000 samosa a day. Each samosa earns him a profit of Re 1. Apart from that he sells vada pav, noodles pakora and some other fast food. Let me mind you, before the government’s scheme of wealth declaration, most of them wouldn’t have paid tax. Imagine this man was making Rs 80000- 1 lakh a month.you can have seen in street of delhi and other populated place street food have good demand with less setup cost .
One such snacks seller in the College Street area of Kolkata earns Rs 1 lakh to Rs 3lakh a month just by selling chicken pakora, fish finger and cutlets.and average tea cup of 500 to 800 cup depends upon is small and large glass.