I plan to sell a few jars of honey to some people I work with. Doing this for the 1st time. I went to Office Depot and got a small bound hand fille in the blank reciept booklet. I want to try to be all legal about this. Selling in various sizes glass jars other things came in and putting the honey in after santizizing, well nevermind all that unnecessary discribing. I'll cut to the chase.
I'm going to sell it by the ounce and I have been trying to get a close enough idea how much money per ounce to sell it by. I know price is not etched in stone, but what is it typically going for roughly?
Then, is home produced honey typically sold by liquid ounce or by weight ounce? Or are they one and the same?
Am I doing this right by takeing a piticular jar of not knowing what size it is, and filling it with water then pouring it into a liquid measuring cup and determinating the oz capicity of that jar by the markings on the measuring cup it fills it up to, and thel labeling how many ounces of honey will be in that jar by that?, Or do I need to use some scales and sell it by weight and not liquid volume? And thanks for any educational advice.