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joon 11-13-2012 11:37 AM

hows florida?
 
My sisters family live 40mins away from miami and my parents are retiring and planing to move to florida as well. I own and work as a breakfast cook in philadelphia. Its good business and I have knowhow my sister said its gonna be a good idea I open up a food restruant in there. What do u guys think?
I will visit florida on thanksgiving holiday and I will think about it
Also I guess its much better to raise fish. Right?
Can u guys teach me big lfs or importer in miami
Thank you

MSG 11-13-2012 12:19 PM

Things to consider I'm sure you're already aware of
 
Good food will always be in demand anywhere you go. You will have to learn about the pro/cons of running a food related business in FL. There may be regulations/permits/laws that PA doesn't require.
  • The type of food you plan on offering....
  • Who are you competing with?
  • Who's your clientele?

Merth 11-13-2012 01:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MSG (Post 2077058)
Good food will always be in demand anywhere you go. You will have to learn about the pro/cons of running a food related business in FL. There may be regulations/permits/laws that PA doesn't require.
  • The type of food you plan on offering....
  • Who are you competing with?
  • Who's your clientele?

+1 I found Florida to be one of the strictest states when it comes to restaurant industry regulations.

GraphicGr8s 11-13-2012 05:01 PM

Miami is expensive IIRC. And Floriduh's unemployment rate is pretty high at 8.7% in September

Quote:

Although the national rate fell sharply last month from 8.1 percent to 7.8 percent, the state did not pick up much of the benefit. In Palm Beach County, the unemployment rate fell 0.4 percentage points to 9.2 percent. Martin County dropped 0.3 to 9.4 percent and St. Lucie County sank 0.6 percent to 11.7 percent. Those rates are not seasonally adjusted and should not be compared directly to the state seasonally adjusted figure.


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