With a proven track record of sustained category growth, there’s no doubt take ‘n bake pizza is a natural customer pleaser, primarily because it fits their ever-busy lifestyles while still providing a quality dining experience.
Delighting customers is first on the list of reasons why you should include take n’ bake options on your menu, followed closely by:
- Speed of service: Baking time occurs entirely in customers’ homes, saving your operation the related time and overhead costs
- Refreshed merchandising: Take ‘n bake gives you another way to promote and sell your delicious pies, maximizing the impact of your storefront
- Availability to food stamp recipients: Take ‘n bake pizzas qualify for purchase by SNAP and EBT programs, which is mutually beneficial – it provides a quality food option that benefits recipients and increases your revenue stream
- Freshness: Making pizza in their own oven on their own schedule gives customers an elevated perception of pie freshness
- Value: Compared to casual dining or home-delivered meals tagged with service fees, take ‘n bakes are more cost-effective and just as delicious and nutritious
To successfully add take n’ bake pies to your offerings, follow these simple pre-launch steps:
- Order ingredients in greater quantities to ensure you won’t run out
- Add storage and proofing space, if necessary, to accommodate dough needs
- Operate within your kitchen and baking capacity so you don’t disrupt your existing dine-in and delivery services
- Market take n’ bake availability early and often to maximize profitability and avoid wasted ingredients and labor costs
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