Description About This Posting: Wholesale Bakery - Well Established
$1,000,000 Annual sales. This wholesale bakery has been in business for over 20 years. Located in San Fernando Valley in the very safe, easily accessible and desirable area. About 10,000 sq. ft. building, secure parking. Very well established, highly respected brand. Long term supplier of Costco, Ralphs and other major accounts.
Bakery currently operating with one shift. Used to work with 2 shifts. Sales used to be almost double of current. Owner Operator slowed down due to health condition. He is looking to retire from the business but can stay on as a consultant during the transition period and help new owners to get up the speed. Long term lease available Real Estate is also available.Owner has been distracted by family situation too and has been out of focus. New and focused management can get this great business to a much higher production, sales and profitability level. There is a big unfulfilled demand for the products.
There is about $500,000 in equipment alone.
Serious business for serious Buyer. Profit and Loss Statement will be made available only during face to face meeting. No information without NDA and prove of funds. Serious inquiries only please.
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