Could I sell some baked goods, that I bought at a bakery, at work for profit?

Anonymous 02/10/2018. 12 answers
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12 Answers


Rick 02/11/2018.

Legally yes if you can get anyone to pay your prices is another story


Casey Y 02/13/2018.

You would need to be authorized to re-sell their products...


Love big words 02/12/2018.

You, could


Steve 02/12/2018.

Youre not likely to find support from a boss in that endeavor. Your boss will see it as possibly and probably taking away from your production at work. Dont pursue it.


helping_people 02/11/2018.

Your company may not like at all, that you are soliciting business within their business.


Poseidon 02/11/2018.

There is no law against it.

IF those you are selling to are prepared to pay for them.

Poseidon


Lucifer Morningstar 02/11/2018.

Yes you can.


tro 02/11/2018.

you can try but probably won't go over all that well


JetDoc 02/11/2018.

Don't know. CAN you? Maybe you should ask your boss.


vivienne 02/11/2018.

Yes, it is called business - u buy in one place and sell in another


lee26loo,異地強秦後人 02/11/2018.

Only if you got permission from your boss.


Steve D 02/11/2018.

Since we don't know your employere's policy about this, how would we know. Legally, you probably need a re-seller's license. Most employers discourage this type of activity (by discourage I mean one warning and then you get fired). Finally, why would anyone buy stuff from you at a mark-up when they can just as easily go to the same place and buy the stuff cheaper. And on a different note, I am not sure that your co-workers will be happy with you trying to make a profit for yourself in this way (for a charity, they might buy in, for a personal gain, probably not).

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