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  • Turnover on 100kg a month?

    Can anyone tell me what your expected turnover on coffee sales should be at 100 kg per month ?

  • #2
    100kg a month of what? Roasted coffee sales, drinking coffee sales selling green beans? Pretty broad question for a persons first question.

    Some more information may help

    Cheers,

    Chris

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    • #3
      I don't run a coffee shop, but assuming your talking about drinking coffee sales and not sales of beans, then assuming 20g of coffee per cup (assuming double shots of 14g or 15g + wastage) gives 5000 cups of coffee to 100kg of beans. Times that by your price per cup - say $4, gives $20,000.

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      • #4
        … minus loan repayments, insurance, power, water, takeaway cups/trays, maintenance, milk/soy, staffing, rent, depreciation on gear … (for coffee making)
        … or for roasted - minus loan repayments, insurance, power, gas, packaging, maintenance, staffing, rent, depreciation on gear, vehicle …

        I'd guess clearing $1000 on 100kg coffee could be in the ballpark?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MATT1721 View Post
          Can anyone tell me what your expected turnover on coffee sales should be at 100 kg per month ?
          ...different to profit !
          But, still very dependent on the dose size.
          how many vendors use a double shot (20gms) for a single coffee ?

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