According to Ed Chastain whos been making donuts for more than 20 years and sells instructional DVDs on donutedvd.com donuts are a sound business investment during an economic downturn.
Jobless Americans could find a lucrative career in donut- making since donuts are the second most profitable food in the nation next to potatoes.
Better yet, Chastain says starting a donut business is easy and cheap and only requires about $5,000 to kickstart.
In a standard eight-hour workday Chastain says a person could easily make 80 dozen donuts by hand.
Supplies go a long way since one five-pound bag of dough yields about three dozen donuts.
Chastain figures now is a good time to sell donuts to Americans who are stressed out and could use a sugar fix.
There are even ways to make healthier, more modern donuts like baked, vegan, or organic ones.
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