Disclosure Policy

We believe in transparency and want to disclose how The Kitchen Business blog generates income.

The goal of the blog is to help as many restaurant owners as possible to create a profitable business. To do that, I put out a lot of free content that addresses the common business challenges restaurant owners face. This comes with a cost to us and to keep this blog going, there are currently two ways that it generates income that comes at no cost to you: via advertising and affiliate links. 

Affiliate Links on The Kitchen Business Blog

Affiliate Links are special links that, when you click on them and decide to purchase a product, then we may earn a small commission. This doesn’t come at any cost to you of course. I only link to products and services that I’ve investigated and personally believe will add value to you.

Examples would include Square, Squarespace, and Canva. However, you should assume that any links leading you to products or services are affiliate links that we will receive compensation from just to be safe. 

Thank you for making this blog possible by using the affiliate links on the blog when you decide to purchase a product I link to.

I’d also recommend you investigate affiliate links further as this could be an additional source of income also for your foodservice business.

If you have any questions on this, please don’t hesitate to contact us using the contact page

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