To keep your restaurant business afloat, you need to be able to accurately calculate your food cost. This means keeping track of how much it costs to produce each item of food as well as the cost of goods sold (COGS) over a specific period of time.
In this online lesson, chef turned restaurant consultant Ryan Gromfin breaks down the different formulas for calculating the cost of goods sold in your venue.
What you'll learn in the Calculating your cost of goods sold lesson
- How to determine the cost of goods sold in your venue
- How to avoid the common mistakes made when calculating costs
Who the Better food cost management course is for
Hospitality business owners and managers, sharpen up your financial skills with help from the experts!