The Math Behind Your Restaurant Profits – Part 1
By David Scott Peters
Restaurant Tip of the Week
Formulas give consistency to pricing. Many of the financial relationships necessary to develop an effective pricing structure can only be derived through mathematics. Following is one such formula.
Finding cost per ounce
To determine a liter’s cost per ounce divide the bottle’s wholesale cost by 33.8 ounces.
To calculate the cost per ounce for a 750mml bottle divide the bottle cost by 25.4 ounces.
Liter bottle cost = $12.55. Cost per ounce = 37 cents
750mml bottle cost = $12.55. Cost per ounce = 49 cents
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