Mujhe 500 Rs me apna empire khada karna ha yaroooo
>>1692 Sabzi farmers se directly khareed ke seedhe consumers ko becho yawrr. Profit margin bohot jyada he.
>>1707 uske baad us paise se hotel nikaal. sabse jyada profit margin. Almost always more than 100% - 200%, provided your quality is good.
>>1722 No. Poor people food is made with more spices just to give them a sense of positive feeling from food for which they would pay, and form a habit if its cheap. Street vendors take advantage of that. True flavours are felt in more subtle cuisines.
>>1723 I was thinking of opening a food shop with authentic indian dish at low margin. Does that mean my shop wont last? I just wanted to sell good, clean , indian food and raise some standards for street food. Fk man.
>>1724 Dpeends on what group you're targeting. If you don't have burger, pizza, noodles, etc. Don't expect to get many zoomer and early milleanial groups there. All you'd get are unkils with 2 kids who care about cleanliness of their food. You'd get maybe some zoomers and millennials if you make the outside look aesthetic-y and more like a hangout place. Go to your nearest Taco Bell for an example on what I mean by aestheic-y. Or check the taco bell place in Chandigarh on Google maps since that's the one I go to. But poor and lower middle class, aka the majority of the population, will stick to the place where they get the most Quantity/Price. They don't give enough of a shit about cleanliness as long as there are no flies and mosquitos in their food.