Lil Peep Bakes Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:01pm
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AI have been baking for years, but recently starting my own at home business... How much do you at home bakers charge for delivery? I am doing localy is $2/mile we recently made a delivery that was 30 miles & I realized that would be $60 and thats just insane so I did .50cents a miles instead.... How do you do it??

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heartsnsync Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:10pm
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 Because of CFL restrictions, I have to do delivery so this is free for local customers. For those I do charge, I do not decide it on a per mile basis. Instead, I decide this on a graduated fee basis basis based on how far away the delivery is located. Within 15 minutes out of town, $25.00; 30 minutes out of town $40.00; 30 - 60 minutes out of town $50.00. After that, it is case by case as to how far it is.  HTH

Lil Peep Bakes Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:46pm
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AWhat is CFL?

BatterUpCake Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:49pm
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The law that allows you to bake from home legally. Some states have them, some do not. They vary greatly by locality.

-K8memphis Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 6:54pm
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cfl = cottage food law

Lil Peep Bakes Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 7:10pm
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AGotta look into that!! Thanks!!

jason_kraft Posted 13 Oct 2013 , 10:31pm
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A$60 is not at all insane for a delivery 30 miles away. We charged $1/minute round trip (based on the Google Maps estimate, which accounts for traffic), there were several orders where the delivery charge was over $100, not including the setup charge (also $1/minute).

Lil Peep Bakes Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 2:19pm
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AReally? I was looking into the CFL and I found nothing about not charging people for delivery,so I think I will be sticking to the $2/mile. Thanks everyone...

-K8memphis Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 3:10pm
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Really? I was looking into the CFL and I found nothing about not charging people for delivery,so I think I will be sticking to the $2/mile. Thanks everyone...

 

 

often with cfl--the client is not allowed to come to the residence to pick up --- so it's not the idea of free delivery or charge-able delivery --it's that cfl in some cases says all delivery--

 

so there's no disturbance in the neighborhoods is the idea behind that--

 

so it's up to each individual caker to charge or not charge is my understanding 

jason_kraft Posted 14 Oct 2013 , 4:45pm

AOf course if you don't charge separately for delivery (and delivery is required) you should make sure to include the average delivery cost in the price of your products.

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