Pricing In The Uk Help Please

Business By aileenlnbh Updated 2 Sep 2008 , 10:56am by teray

aileenlnbh Posted 2 Sep 2008 , 9:54am
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hi can someone give me some advice on how they are pricing cupcakes and cookies? Cupcakes all decorated in BC and fondant accents in a box for 12 with lovely bow attached - how much? also 12 cookies, decorated with fondant and then runouts presented in baskets (costing £1.50) - what would you price at? thanks for any help

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murf Posted 2 Sep 2008 , 10:23am
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Hi,
There's a lady near me (Surrey) who advertises cupcakes at £18 per dozen, don't know if that's a special offer or her normal price though, when I looked at her website the cupcakes did look fairly plain and nothing particularly exotic. Now sure about the cookies, will try to do some research down here if you like - PM me if so.
Jenny

teray Posted 2 Sep 2008 , 10:56am
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i guess ( as i always do), you just have to price it basing on what you put into it. but dont forget, as others say they dont turn on their ovens for just a pound profit. icon_wink.gif

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