Basic Compliance requirement to start a Cloud Kitchen Business
A cloud kitchen is essentially a delivery-only kitchen that accepts incoming orders online, and provides no dining facilities. They have a base kitchen that delivers food to customers’ doorstep.
Cloud kitchens may have their online ordering website and online ordering app or accept orders through various food delivery platforms. Since the primary source of revenue for these internet restaurants is through various food ordering platforms such as Swiggy, FoodPanda, Zomato, etc., thus it is important to have a check-in system to keep track of the deliveries and the volume that the company generates from different platforms. This will save you the trouble of adding and measuring orders from various ordering systems at the end of each day.
Here in this blog, we’ll learn the basic points to keep in mind when setting up a Cloud Kitchen company. Without addressing these mentioned requirements, one can face difficulties in sustaining the company.
Location & Property
Place and property are the main differentiators between a conventional restaurant and a cloud kitchen. A cloud kitchen doesn’t need a high footfall and prime property position. Rather, it can easily be set up in a 250-300 Sq Ft room, as there is no House Front. This greatly reduces the expense of opening a cloud kitchen.
The cloud kitchen can be in a fairly inaccessible area, but with high customer demand, particularly for a specific kitchen. Residential areas, market backsides, unused parking lots make a perfect cloud kitchen spot. Instead, you can also go for a shared kitchen room, as this helps reduce initial investment.
For many reasons, obtaining proper licenses and certification is important to open a cloud kitchen. Second, getting the licenses in order will save you from legal difficulties. Second, because consumers can not visit the outlet themselves to test for sanitation, food safety and preparation, proper licensing gives them a sense of satisfaction. You can promote these on your website and in your marketing campaigns to convince your customers that you prepare high-quality food.
FSSAI: Food Safety and Standards Authority of India. FSSAI Licenses are mandatory for food-related business in India and must be obtained on behalf of the company and its owner. The license period can range from 1 year to 5 years and must be renewed before expiry. It’s also nice to mention FSSAI on the packaging and invoice to build confidence in our customers about our offers.