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    Even though this post was long long ago. You should definitely check your local laws for business permits and license fees, payable taxes to your city or state. You should definitely ask for health permits, sanitations permit and other permits in order for your business to be 100% legitimate. You can hire people to teach you what to do to start even just for contractual or for a definite period of time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fredkawig View Post
    Even though this post was long long ago. You should definitely check your local laws for business permits and license fees, payable taxes to your city or state. You should definitely ask for health permits, sanitations permit and other permits in order for your business to be 100% legitimate. You can hire people to teach you what to do to start even just for contractual or for a definite period of time.
    Eventhough this topic is very old, this is still a great summary for what is needed to start a food business. We should make a new topic with small summaries like this. And then depending on the field of business, you just pick a summary that suits the business.


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    Even open those doors for your grand opening, you'll need many inspections to make sure the building itself is up to code, including the kitchen and food prep areas. The health board will need to clear you, the fire marshal will need to make an appearance to check for capacity and fire safety, and you'll probably also need to have your building checked and cleared for lead paint & Co2. And don't forget, you need to pay for each of these inspections; most places don't come out and do them for free.


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    dont forget to apply HACCP Standard


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    I would suggest trying your hand in the food industry for a year or so before you make your decision about opening a restaurant. It might be more work than you figure. Preparing, making and serving the food is the easy part.


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    Try to gain maximum knowledge about the industry. Do more and more research before opening the restaurant. And try to do marketing for your business.


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    Hi. We can help you get noticed online by getting your restaurant and menu promoted by listing it on our mobile app for free. The mobile app is called Yeescana and it has the tools for menu viewing, sharing and more. We have advanced tools as well for online ordering which is under development. Visit our website at doozone.com to know more.


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    Yes, Restaurant business is not so easy. You really need hard work. I suggest you create the proper plan of your business, your goals and also the financial details.


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    For the business. You can create your communication network. Also, you can increase the services quality with create a proper business planning.


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    Start new restaurant. It is such a good idea. Must serve quality food. It help to enhance your business.


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