At Aviko, our broad range of products allows your business to make a suitable choice for almost any occasion. Within this article we will outline some methods for selling Aviko products, including menu ideas with product specific profit margins to ensure you get the most out of our products.
Firstly, the Mac n Cheese Triangles are a great option. With a creamy cheese sauce as the backdrop to the macaroni, coated with a thick breaded coating for a crisp crunch. They make a great side, starter, snack, or sharer. A case of 6x1kg Mac n Cheese Triangles, costing £29.90 at wholesale will allow you to get 45 portions at 5 pieces per portion. These portions at the wholesale price will cost £0.66. Providing a dipping sauce will definitely elevate these Mac n Cheese Triangles but this hasn’t been included in the cost calculation. Depending on the industry that your business operates in, you can sell these as a side in the fast food and takeaway industry for around £3.50. If your business is a casual dining restaurant, then you could expect to charge around £6.00 for a starter. This means your profit margin if your outlet is in the fast food and takeaway industry would be £2.84+. If you have a restaurant in the casual dining industry and were selling the Mac n Cheese Triangles as a starter, then your profit margin would be £5.33.
Another product that’s never fails to satisfy customers is our Straight Churros. Avikos Churros are Spanish tapas classic, vegan friendly and are a quick solution for the growing appetite for sweat treats. They are prepared very quickly and have a great margin. A case of 6x1kg Straight Churros, costing £18.00 at wholesale will enable you to get 67 portions with 8 pieces per portion. These portions at the wholesale price will cost £0.27. It’s important to note that this price does not factor in a dipping sauce such as dulce de leche or a cinnamon sugar coating. However, fast food and takeaway outlets could expect to charge around £4 when served with a dipping sauce. For a casual dining restaurant, serving these as a dessert with a dipping sauce you could expect to charge around £6.00. This will mean a profit margin of £3.73 for a fast food and takeaway outlet and £5.73 for a casual dining restaurant.
A final product that has a significant profit margin and is worth adding to your menu is our Battered Onion Rings. These lightly battered onion rings have a great flavour and are perfect for pubs, restaurants, and fast food. A case of 6x1kg Battered Onion Rings, costing £10.20 at wholesale will allow you to get 52 portions with 7 pieces per portion. These portions at wholesale will cost £0.20. Depending on the industry your business operates in, fast food and takeaway outlets can expect to charge between £2.00 and £3.00. A casual dining restaurant could charge between £4.00 and £5.00 when served as a starter. This would mean a profit margin for fast food and takeaway outlets of £1.80-£2.80 and for a casual dining restaurant £3.80-£4.80.