Maize roasting is one of the businesses in Kenya that has a high profit margin.
All required to start this business is a Jiko, a wire mesh and charcoals. You can then either grow maize in your farm or buy them in wholesale from farmers.
The best places to locate this business is along busy roads where thousands of people pass. You can even locate it near an institution like an University or an hospital.
Many young men have realized this business and are now making good money. Literally they buy one maize cob ata around five to ten Kenya shillings, after roasting they sell it at either twenty or thirty shillings depending on the size, by this it's very clear that they make a profit of over a hundred percent.
In good days they can sell over five hundred mahindi choma, this earns them over five thousand Kenya shillings. Now imagine the amount of money they make by selling sacks of roasted maize every week for a month.
If you are out there wondering what to do or which hustle to begin, think about this one.
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