I”ve decided with Christmas fast approaching to refocus the cookie idea and go for Christmas cookie”s that are smaller than the normal Mighty Moa sized cookies, more of a Mini Moa Christmas Cookie Collection.
So because they are smaller I can put a number of them together in some nice packaging and sell them as Christmas Cookies…
Now however it”s a matter of finding the right type of packaging.
Thought about it a bit and got some ideas from existing products, and think that a Tin might be the best way to go… Searched on Google and rang up a number of places. However to begin with it look”s like all the tin sellers in this country all seem to sell exactly the same sized tins! You think there would be a bit of variety. Ideally I”m looking for a circular tin about 12 – 14cm in diameter and about 12 – 14cm in height as well.
But everyone has tin”s that are either too narrow (about 10cm is the widest), or they then become too short and large (20cm wide but only about 6cm Ce casino en ligne fournit leurs joueurs le plus recent logiciel de casino de Microgaming – programmes de la nouvelle marque Microgaming “Viper”, montrant des graphismes incroyables, en plus de beaucoup plus de 100 jeux de casino a choisir. high). The right diameter is for a CD or slightly bigger, and of course places do CD holders but again online casino they are only about 1 – 3cm high.
The other problem is the cost. Some of the tin place”s are not cheap. Looking around some of the stores I don”t see how some of the manufacturers/shops can make a profit on anything! If you go to a supermarket/Woolworths you can get a large tin, screen printed, labelled, and filled with chocolates for 5 pounds! Well they have to be ordering in massive quantities, the chocolates are probably made in China as well and the shop”s are probably selling them at a loss. That”s the only way I can explain it! I mean some of the jars/tins are so cheap it seems I”m wondering whether I should buy them from the supermarket, empty them out and relabel them, it might be a cheaper option!
Worth checking out some other places so, went on a trip up to the local IKEA and the nearby large Tesco to see what they had. They have some cookie jars that look quite good and reasonably priced, however they are all made out of glass, which won”t be very good if I”m posting the cookies. Too heavy for postage costs and too easy to break. Hmm..
Next stop was every single Poundland type shop in my local area. Nope nothing really suitable there..
Back to the drawing board/internet/thinking solutions..