8 Tips For Starting A Successful Hot Sauce Business

Want to start your own hot sauce business? Here are 8 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a hot sauce business:

#1: Mustafa, founder of Findlay Food Group:

We chatted with with Mustafa, founder of Findlay Food Group ($2.25K/month). In our interview, Mustafa says:

It’s okay to set large goals but break them out into smaller goals and milestones. It’s okay to take breaks!

Additionally:

Being well-rested is important to make better decisions and some people think you have to be constantly working. A lot of the time the solutions to problems may come after you took a step back.

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#2: James Bryson, founder of Flaming Licks:

We chatted with with James, founder of Flaming Licks ($13K/month). In our interview, James says:

The biggest learning on our business journey has been around the need to test ideas before committing your most precious resources: time, energy and money.

Additionally:

If you are selling things online, invest on a website that works! Optimize images so your page load is quick, research and understand SEO so you optimize for specific keywords. These will be priceless for the future of the brand.

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#3: Theo Lee, founder of KPOP Foods:

We chatted with with Theo, founder of KPOP Foods ($6.5K/month). In our interview, Theo says:

I think a really important concept, especially for when just starting out, is being comfortable with launching things quickly.

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#4: Mustafa, founder of Findlay Food Group:

We chatted with with Mustafa, founder of Findlay Food Group ($2.25K/month). In our interview, Mustafa says:

We launched a Kickstarter campaign that successfully raised over 32K, surpassing our 25K goal.

Additionally:

Look at your business endeavor as journey instead of a job. Embrace the succession of good and bad experiences. I look at it as the painting of the abstract of my life.

Further:

Plan out your Kickstarter campaign thoroughly. Don’t be afraid to wait to get everything right before launching.

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