A roasting chicken business provides a homey comfort food that lends itself to countless variations, both sweet and savory. Our collective love for
medium's versatility and the fact that---despite that bakers have been making pie for so long---the craft still lends itself to considerable creativity
Reach out to your state Department of Revenue and ask about licenses and fees for starting roasting chicken business in your area. Contact your
city licensing agent as well and inquire about business licensing requirements. Call your local health department and ask about regulations,
requirements and fees regarding commercial commercial kitchens and food handler permits. If you plan to hire employees for your roasting
chicken business, register as an employer with your state's industrial insurance and unemployment insurance agencies. Register with the Internal
Revenue Service to receive an employer identification number, as well as quarterly employment tax forms.
Develop a set of core recipes for your roasting chicken business. Include seasonal options .Design savory roasting chicken, too, if you want to
augment your offerings. Perfect your crust recipe, and experiment with producing it on a commercial scale. Explore sources for ingredients,
testing flour samples from different distributors and comparing prices. Evaluate whether you would rather create a premium product using fine
ingredients (for a price that might be out of reach for the average shopper), or whether you will produce an affordable roasting chicken using
Develop a sales strategy. Decide whether you will wholesale your roasting chicken to retail stores andrestaurants , or if you will sell directly to end
users, such as at your own storefront or at farmers' markets. Select packaging that is appropriate for the type of sales you will be making: Use
durable boxes for accounts that will be cutting and serving the pie themselves; utilize attractive display boxes for venues that will be selling whole
roasting chicken. Bring samples to prospective retailers or set up shop and begin sampling directly to customers.
Market your roasting chicken . You can send out flyers, advertise in newspapers or in other media, have promotional events and more. The
roasting chicken industry is highly competitive, so you need to get the word out about your restaurant creatively and aggressively.