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NaDu

how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? kebab more profitable ?

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12 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

I go eat regularly a VERY GOOD and VERY TASY pizza at a very well know pizzeria in Korat (Near SUT).
They sell an 11" pizza Marguerita for 85 Baht.
I guess they make profit on this.
Why pay 300 Baht for a pizza?
They also have other items on their menu for a very cometitive price.
I can give you the link to their Facebook if you send me a PM.

 

Thank you, maybe the only smart and useful reply. I am quite sure that most people selling a 300 thb pizza makes a 200 thb profit on it. But hard to understand for most people here it seems...

 

 

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6 minutes ago, NaDu said:

 

Cheapest ingredients of course ! what else do you think that they use in Thailand ?

Thank you for the reply.

 

 

Well you just lost a customer

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2 hours ago, NaDu said:

so many replies for so many people who have nothing useful and interesting to say.

care to read the title ?

how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? 

 

 

'in Thailand'

 

Yes, every 300 thb pizza has exactly the same profit; every store, every city, every time.

 

well, except once.  

 

once the profit was 81.42 baht

for all others, the profit is 81.43 baths like getting a bath.  lol

 

but that was in the mooban 112 years ago and only once, but does that help you?

 

ask me anything

 

i know everything

 

oh wait, another 300 baht pizza made.  81.43

 

that was close

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Consider the ingredients -- flour, yeast, water, sauce, cheese and toppings. None of these are expensive, particularly when purchased wholesale. To build a small cheese pizza the cheese is the most expensive ingredient at $0.60, with the dough adding about $0.24 and the sauce $0.05. That adds up to $0.89 for a basic cheese pizza that could be sold for many times that amount. There are, of course, other expenses to be factored into the cost. Rent, labor, utilities and franchise fees must be prorated to each pizza, and that will depend on how many are sold. One estimate of the cost of a meat pizza with pepperoni and sausage is $1.90 for food costs and an average retail cost of $14.00, which translates to a 636 percent markup.

https://smallbusiness.chron.com/much-profit-margin-pizza-62139.html

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How much profit on a 300bht Thai Pizza? Profit is never a fixed constant. You want good sales then you need a good location. Good locations cost more in rent. Cost of set-up infrastructure, pizza oven, furniture and ambience, if available as dine in. Power, wages and taxes. Then you need a business plan with break even cost analysis. Cost of raw ingredients x expected sales per month in Bht, then all your costs. You may have a 300bht pizza costing you 100bht, but what qty do you need to sell per month to break even? Doable? Double that figure (minimum) to make a reasonable profit.. 

 

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49 minutes ago, NaDu said:

 

Thank you, maybe the only smart and useful reply. I am quite sure that most people selling a 300 thb pizza makes a 200 thb profit on it. But hard to understand for most people here it seems...

 

 

No your question is just not specific enough. I am accountant and how much profit they make per pizza depends on the ingredients. Then you got the raw profit per pizza. But you also have to pay your fixed costs (housing employees depreciation of appliances). So its just really hard to say how much profit is made. 

 

Sounds a bit like those people get all crazy when a t-shirt has a 100% profit margin and forget that from that money advertisement, wages and building rent must be paid leaving not much at all when all is said and done. 

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3 hours ago, NaDu said:

so many replies for so many people who have nothing useful and interesting to say.

care to read the title ?

how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? 

 

 

are you going to be taking orders at your pizza joint?:clap2:

 

"OK Mac, what kind of pizza do you and your hooker girlfriend want? Make it snappy. I ain't got all day.":cheesy:

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1 hour ago, NaDu said:

how some of you can be so stupid to think that I  would ask to a team of grumpy old man retired labors if I wanted to run business !?

I am simply curious, but maybe too much already for most of you !

 

:shock1:

"i could buy you six times over mate."

 

 

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2 hours ago, Just Weird said:

Villa.

Lap of lamb ,I don't think so,legs,Ribs,,anyway any type of lamb 

here would just be too expensive.

regards Worgeordie

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3 hours ago, NaDu said:

so many replies for so many people who have nothing useful and interesting to say.

care to read the title ?

how much profit on a 300 thb pizza in Thailand ? 

 

 

I am guessing around 200 profit.  In the USA,  a basic pizza used to cost around 1 dollar.  In Thailand with the higher cheese prices I think it might be 60-100 baht to make the pizza.  Lots of factors such as size and how much cheese you use. Pizza is a high profit item. 

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2 hours ago, NaDu said:

Thank you, maybe the only smart and useful reply. I am quite sure that most people selling a 300 thb pizza makes a 200 thb profit on it. But hard to understand for most people here it seems...

You are obviously the smartest of all. You know it already but you want to let us less smart people think and learn from you. I guess you are just too advanced, we won't be able to catch up with you.

 

In the meantime why don't you open a pizza place? You know how to make 200B profit a piece so sell 30 pizza per hour, do this 8 hours a day and you make about 50k profit per day. Soon you will have enough money to open branches all over the country and then you will be rich. Obviously a smart guy like you deserves to be rich. Do it!

But just in case your "calculation" was wrong somewhere don't come back here and cry that your wonderful business didn't work out.

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The OP specifically mentioned only tomato and cheese as toppings.

 

The tomato probably isnt fresh; most places use tinned passata. The flour will be the sort sold in big wholesale bags which is cheaper per kg than the bread flour sold in small plastic bags for about 35B/kg. The mozzarella cheese will be frozen or shrink-wrapped. Either way it costs around 350B/kg. Some places will use pizza topping cheese which costs ~15% less.

 

You may think you are getting something better when you pay a lot here, but you probably aren't. You may get a splash of the cheapest olive oil if you are lucky, and that will make a lot of difference to the flavour. Some decent herbs will help too. If you can find somewhere that actually uses fresh mozzarella and imported organic flour then there may be more improvement but very few places in Thailand do that, at least not for 300B.

 

As mentioned, pizza mark-ups are often massive. That's why so many people want to sell them all over the world.

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