The basic items that are found
in the Dublin Village Bakery are cakes, sticky buns, pies, rolls,
and holiday specials. There are many other types of baked goods
available. It is difficult to make a small bakery profitable.
The Dublin Village Bakery is a local business, located on Route
313 in Dublin, PA.
The bakery has about 10-12
employees currently working. The bakery consists of approximately
1000 sq. feet of space. The hours that most employees work are
from approximately 6:00 a.m. through 1:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m.
The president of the business
makes sure that everybody is doing their job as assigned. He
also has to make sure that the equipment doesn't break down,
he makes sure that all the food stays fresh, and basically keeps
everything running and in order.
The largest order that this
business ever had to take was for M.M.Seylar Annual Dinner -
an order of about 100 pies, and 100 dozen dinner rolls.
Because some people are becoming
more cautious of what they eat, it keeps the bakery from selling
all the food needed to keep the business highly profitable. They
are doing quite well at this point, so they are still in business.