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Sooo I've wanted to open a cake shop for a very long time now but my research skills are very lacking so I wanted to know what licences and stuff I would need. These are the details:
I'm 15, live in Bristol. The cake shop I want to open would sell cakes (cakes, cupcakes etc.) patisseries and similar stuff for deliver (I would do the deliery myself so only in the local area would i deliver). I have no training or anything but am willing to do something like food hygeine if I need to. I would like to have this buisness in the long term and it would all be from an online shop and not a physical shop.

Please could somebody help and tell me what sort of licences and stuff I would need. Thanks!
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Do you mean like an official business or a temporary stall etc.??
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Do you mean like an official business or a temporary stall etc.??
I updated the question now. Yes, I would like it to be a long term official buisness but it would all be sold on an online shop.
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There's a lot of good advice in the links below. The first covers food hygiene qualifications and the second talks about everything you need to consider, like suitability of your kitchen premises, insurance, allergy labelling etc. You would have to register with your local council so contact the Environmental Health Officer first and see what advice they give.

https://www.virtual-college.co.uk/ne...akes-from-home

https://www.simplybusiness.co.uk/kno...om-home-guide/
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(Original post by Surnia)
There's a lot of good advice in the links below. The first covers food hygiene qualifications and the second talks about everything you need to consider, like suitability of your kitchen premises, insurance, allergy labelling etc. You would have to register with your local council so contact the Environmental Health Officer first and see what advice they give.

https://www.virtual-college.co.uk/ne...akes-from-home

https://www.simplybusiness.co.uk/kno...om-home-guide/
Thank-you so much this is very useful 😊
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Thank-you so much this is very useful 😊
You're welcome! I had to look into the regulations when I was going to do charity cake stalls, so what you needed to know was in the back of my mind.
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