Sheet Cake Pricing

Business By dgrantdor Updated 1 Jun 2012 , 4:38am by kelleym

dgrantdor Posted 1 Jun 2012 , 3:32am
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looking for ideas for pricing on the most common of sheet cake sizes-- ie: 9"X12", 12X18, 11X15, and 12X18. appreciate any sugestions out there! thanx!

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jason_kraft Posted 1 Jun 2012 , 3:42am
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You need to find out your cost for each size (including ingredients, labor, and overhead including any license and inspection fees) then add a profit margin that makes sense for the market price in your area.

kelleym Posted 1 Jun 2012 , 4:38am
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There is a link in my signature with an article on Pricing that may help you.

Pricing varies greatly depending on where you are located. Here are my prices for sheet cakes. I am in Austin, Texas. http://www.homesweethomebakery.com/MenuandPricing/CakePricing.aspx

I price sheet cakes lower than my "custom cakes" because they take a lot less time, labor, and ingredients (no filling). One pan, no stacking, no layers. I used to hate them, but I've come to appreciate their finer virtues icon_smile.gif

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