Are delivery services still all the rave? Had you ever thought of delivering your products?
Did you know the cookie delivery service is the new normal? Delivering cookies may not be something you can do, but here’s what one cookie maker did for the community. If you’re not familiar with Insomnia Cookies check out the video below.
Fast forward to October 21, 2020, and Insomnia Cookies is hiring, advertising that it is holding interviews on a select day at more than 175 stores across the country. They have been around since 2003. Can you believe it?
First of all, as a home-based baker, you need to think outside the box. One of the main issues food entrepreneurs have is finding customers. There are times when you have to take your product to market.
Have you thought about a delivery service for your business?
Delivering your product to an office complex, college dorm, the Post Office or a factory is out of the norm. Don’t frown, while these tactics may not work for you, they may work for your competitor.
What did Insomnia Cookies do that was so unique? They found a need and filled it. In most college towns there are hungry students who are up late studying. Everyone doesn’t want pizza. Hence, the warm cookie craze was born. What is better during a late-night study session that warm, gooey cookies.
This idea is not unique to college campuses. Another environment for those with a late-night appetite might be factories. What about Postal processing plants and factories that run 24-hour shifts may appreciate a delivery service bringing them sweet delights? If you’re not sure if you can deliver food to your customers, check your Cottage Food Law.
Learn more about the late-night delivery craze.