Bread Making Process With 3 Years Business Plan

Bread Making Process With 3 Years Business Plan

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If you are searching for how to make bread for commercial purpose, or how to make bread from home, or bread making process that works well, then this post is for you.

Before going into the detail of the bread making process, I will like to shed light on the types of bread available today on the market.

Also, you will learn the basic commercial bread making machines in Nigeria and how to get them at affordable prices.

But why should one consider going into bread making in Nigeria today? According to recent research and report by global audit and market research firms, the bread industry worth over 120 billion Naira.

In other words, if we should go with the population of Nigeria, which is a little bit above 200,000,000, every Nigerian spend N600, daily on bread.

Obviously, the industry is profitable and evergreen, which means there will always be a serious demand for bread in Nigeria.

The market cannot be oversaturated. In fact, the more the population increases, the more the demand for bread in Nigeria.

So, if you are searching for bread making process that works well or how to go into commercial bread making, then go ahead because you will definitely have a fair share of the money to make.

What is Bread?

For clarity, bread is a product principally made of flour. And it can be classified into different types depending on the ingredients used.

Types of Bread

As at the time of writing this post, there are 4 types of bread available on the Nigerian market. They are:

  1. Plain (White) bread
  2. Rich Bread
  3. Brown Bread
  4. Composite Bread

Let’s consider each type of bread mentioned above and there features.

Plain (White) Bread

This type of bread is the most common one on the market today. It is made from white wheat flour, which is where it derives its name white bread. It is completely free from additives such as milk, egg, fruit, and many more.

Plain white bread usually comes in a rectangular shape, dense and sweet. Though, in some cases, they are made in spherical shapes.

Rich Bread

As the name implies, it is a bread rich in egg, fruits, milk, etc. in other words, this is bread made from white wheat flour with additives such earlier mentioned. The presence of the additives leads to lower sugar content when compared to plain white bread.

Brown Bread

This bread derived its name from the wheat bran. The wheat bran, which is brown in color gives the bread a brownish color. It is made from whole-wheat flour or mixture of whole-wheat flour and white flour.

Composite Bread

This type of bread comes to life when you combine the white wheat flour with a certain percentage of other types of flour such as cassava, rice, millet, sorghum, and many more.

Having come to know the basic types of bread on the Nigerian market today, let’s look into the bread making process proper.

Bread Making Process

All things being in place, bread making process starts with the available recipe. This means that the quality and type of bread depends on the recipe available to you.

If you are to produces a cassava bread, it then means that 10% or 20% of the white wheat flour will be replaced with cassava flour. The bread making process is as follows:

  • Weighing: You have to weigh the chosen ingredient so that everything will be in the right proportion.
  • Mixing and Kneading: The ingredients are thoroughly mixed together and kneaded to obtain the desired dough
  • Moulding the Dough: This entails cutting the dough to the desired sized for moulding
  • The cut dough is placed in the bread pans ready for proofing
  • Fermentation or proofing: After moulding, the though is allowed to ferment under the required temperature and humidity. In our local understanding, we say it is allowed to rise at this stage.
  • Baking: At this point, the dough is put in the oven for baking for a while, and at a specific temperature
  • Cooling: This is a very essential part of the bread making process because it contributes to the quality, freshness, and preservation of bread. You are expected to stack the baked loaves and allow to cool at standard room temperature
  • This is the point at which you package the loaves in the polythene bag.

Raw Materials, Supplies, and Utilities

The major raw materials that you need in bread making are wheat flour, yeast, baking fat, and sugar. Remember, that your choice of flour depends on the type of bread you want to produce.

Things you need the supplies of are printed packaging nylon material, bread pans, and bakery wears such as overalls, gloves, shoes, mask, cap, etc.

The major utilities required are electricity. Water, and diesel

Commercial Bread Making Machines

If you are searching for commercial bread making machines in Nigeria, here is the list of the machines you need to start on the right footing. They are:

  • Mixer
  • Dough break
  • Dough cutter
  • Electric oven or locally made
  • Bread slicer, this is if you will go into slice bread production
  • Dough moulder
  • Proofer
  • Weighing machine and other accessories.

It will interest you to know that all these equipment can be fabricated in Nigeria at an affordable cost when compared to foreign products.

The capacity of the fabricated machines can produce 2.5 bags per batch.

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Bread Making Process – Labour

Experience has shown that you need both skilled and unskilled labour to get things going. To be precise, you need a total of about 17 workers for production, marketing, and administration.

How Much Does it Cost to Start Bread Making Business?

There are 3 levels of bakery one can establish, they are the small scale, medium scale, and large scale.

Those searching for how to start bread making business from home belongs to the small scale section. And they can start with capital between N500,000 ( Five hundred thousand Naira) and N1,000,000 ( One Million Naira)

To establish a medium-scale bakery can cost between N5M (five million Naira) and  N10M (Ten Million Naira)

If you are considering going into large scale commercial bread making business, then you will be looking at starting with capital between N20M(Twenty Million Naira ) and N30M (Thirty Million Naira)

How Rewarding Is Bread Making Business?

Under proper management, you can make at least a 25% ROI in the first year. And this increases as you expand your production and marketing while cutting expenses.

Bread Making Process- Business Plan

In business, if you fail to plan then you have planned to fail. Therefore, no matter how lucrative bread making business is, you need a comprehensive business plan to start with.

So, here in relaxedmode.com, we write a world-class bread-making business plan, which can be used to attract investors such as banks and many more.

The contents of the business plan are the capital requirement such as the estimated initial investment, initial fixed capital, initial working capital, and pre-production expenses.

The plan is written in mind that one plot of land is adequate. Below is the break down of what the business plan will be.

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Production Programme:

Production days/week…………………………………………………………………………………

The volume of production/day (100% capacity utilization)……………………………….

Production weeks/annum………………………………………………………………………………

The volume of production/annum (100% capacity utilization)……………………………

Profitability

Total revenue…………………………………………………….

Total production cost………………………………………..

Gross profit before tax……………………………………..

Tax at 30%……………………………………………………

Net Profit

Gross profit to sales………………………………………………

Net profit to sales……………………………………………………..

Return on investment (Year 1 t0 3)…………………………………..

Return on equity           (year 1 to 3)…………………………………….

Payback Period…………………………………………………………..

Break-even point……………………………………………………..

Net Profit Value……………………………………………………….

Other Services Available:

  • Training on bread Making
  • Equipment Fabrication
  • Preparation of bankable feasibility report
  • Quality control services
  • Technical assistance service, which includes machinery and equipment installation, and personnel training on installed plant

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